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Milennials & Management: The Essential Guide to Making it Work at Work by Lee Caraher

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Outline Career Path Options

If good people don’t see how they can progress through their career with you, they won’t join you or stay with you.

—Jenna, age forty-four, human resources director

I subscribe to the “Captain, My Captain”1 philosophy of career management, that leaders can inspire and show, and that individuals need to take responsibility for their own decisions, values, and actions; everyone should watch The Dead Poet’s Society2 once or twice as an adult to keep inspired. I believe that people have the ultimate responsibility in driving their own career where they want it to go. I say this as a mother of two sons: one an optimistic, talented musician on his own not-so-easy (and oh-so-unexpected by his parents) path to touch many ...

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