This is Beyond Generation Y Millennials.
We're here to help smart companies
understand The 21st Century
Workforce Culture
…and Customer.

Brad has Keynotes & Workshops to get
your people motivated and engaged!

Did you know that over 90% of "business experts"
and authors have NEVER OWNED A BUSINESS?!!!

What if you could enlist a former C-Level Executive
who has owned over 8 businesses and taken one
Public on NASDAQ in an IPO?

Brad Szollose: Changing The World One Millennial Entrepreneur At A Time




Brad Szollose: Changing The World One Millennial Entrepreneur At A Time

Creating-Genius-LOGOWhat do you do when your company experiences a 425 percent hyper-growth for five years in a row and expands from two business partners to four with over 60 employees and offices worldwide? The answer for successful entrepreneur Brad Szollose is this: help other smart companies realize their business potential and proper ways to handle how technology has impacted corporate culture in the Information Age.
Former C-level executive of a publicly traded company that went from entrepreneurial start-up to IPO in three years taking the first Dot Com Agency public in an IPO on NASDAQ. Szollose is also the #1 Bestselling and Award Winning Author of Liquid Leadership: From Woodstock to Wikipedia — Multigenerational Management Ideas That Are Changing the Way We Run Things.
With real life experience in the field on entrepreneurial advancement, Szollose looks to help those emerging into the corporate world with his experiences. He values education through experience to help create awareness of the changing ways businesses have to function.
“95 percent of business advisors, authors and professors have never owned a business,”
he said. “What you’re getting in those cases is textbook theory.”
By applying his knowledge of the entrepreneurial world, Szollose is working to prepare the current workforce for the changes needed to keep up a business and alter it to engage current andClick here to read more.




Connecting With Bill Sobel:

An Interview with Brad Szollose

Nov 17, 2014 CMSWire

Brad Szollose is a lot of things: a serial entrepreneur, former C-Level executive of a public company, a business adviser, millennial expert and an award-winning business author. So he knows a few things about which he speaks — and this is what he wants businesses to know:

Flatten your hierarchies,
embrace innovation and stop expecting your employees to follow the rules, keep their mouths shut and listen. Those days are over, and they aren’t coming back.


Blue-Quote“The digital age requires a smarter worker. In today’s world, we make very sophisticated stuff that does not conform to simple rules. Responsibility, troubleshooting and decision-making have all moved to the frontline. This requires open-source style communication,” he said.

Bridging the Generational Chasm

As a web pioneer, Szollose co-founded K2 Design, one of the first online advertising shops and the first dot-com agency to go public on NASDAQ.
k2logoYou may remember the company: it picked up its first major assignment in March 1994 for Sierra Magazine‘s online edition. In August 1994, it was hired by NetMarket, which claimed to be the first company to conduct a secure transaction on the Internet. It also staged the first IBM versus Kasparov chess match, a landmark event in the then novel world of cybercasting.
Szollose’s management model received the Arthur Andersen Enterprise Award for…




Brad Szollose chosen for BHS Fall Speakers Series: How to Lead in The Digital Age.

This Wednesday, October 8th, 2014, I am inviting you to join me at the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park for The BHS Fall Speaker Series. I will be driving an open keynote session about #Millennials, and mainly, How To Lead in The Digital Age! Here is the poster below and the link for you to sign up. We are almost sold out, so get your tickets quickly:     BHS Fall Seminar - email



Kent Gustavson, PhD. Author, Speaker, Educator, MusicianBrad Szollose surfs above the wave of five #generations in the new 21st century workplace. He has comprehensive knowledge of the Silents, Boomers, and Xers, and offers invaluable insight into the Millennial-Wikipedia Generation.
[Brad’s] insight on neuroprogramming differences between culturally disparate groups is second to none, and while his book is ingenious, futuristic, daring, and ahead of its time, the logic of his rhetoric and arguments will allow all digital immigrants to chew their cud, and to come out with digested concepts and a challenging but exciting vision of the new universe.”
Kent Gustavson, PhD
Author, Speaker, Educator, Musician.
“We Are Alive” TEDx Keynote Speaker

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Mary Todd Peterson, CEO Medmarc“Dear Brad,
I am writing to thank you for your recent presentation at Medmarc’s annual broker meeting in Las Vegas. Your observations about generational behavioral styles and related values were enlightening and timely.
As you probably observed by looking at the meeting attendees, the insurance industry is “graying” and we need to attract and retain more Generation X, Y and Millennials to remain vibrant and relevant to our customers. Armed with a better understanding of how these groups think and what motivates them, we are far more likely to be successful.

Your observations and your book are invaluable to that understanding.

Thank you again for your contribution to our meeting…”
Mary Todd Peterson
President and CEO
Medmarc Insurance Group

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Liquid Leadership by Brad Szollose Made The List!!!

Blue-QuoteIn a world where Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials are thrown together and expected to work side by side in peace and harmony, the question becomes: “how can we leverage the power of this generational diversity to cultivate a climate of collaboration, creativity, and innovation?” Internet entrepreneur and keynote speaker Brad Szollose tells us how through humorous and insightful research and storytelling.”
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Liquid Leadership by Brad Szollose makes the List! Top books on Innovation.A big thank you to Todd Churches. And a thank to all the authors who made the list as well: Susan M. Weinschenk Ph.D., Dan Roam, Julie Dirksen, Sunni Brown, Adam Grant, Seth Godin, Bryan W. Mattimore, Garr Reynolds, Adam Bryant, Nancy Duarte, Noah Scalin, Kim Golombisky and Rebecca Hagen.
Not bad company;-)