“The CHAMELEON leader is a visionary, with a new leadership mindset that thinks young and acts wise; someone who practices the various qualities of an ideal leader of millennials…Anyone can be a CHAMELEON leader, regardless of job title or position within the organization. The concept is true for senior managers who oversee scores of large teams, mid-managers who may only have one person working for them, or staff who manage no one.”-Dr. Ranya Nehmeh, Author of The CHAMELEON Leader.
Millennials make up a significant part of today’s workforce and we would be foolish not to embrace what they have to offer – a unique perspective, an ethical outlook, tech-savvy minds, and a ‘no fear’ approach to the workplace.
Top-down leadership is passé. Millennials need a leadership style that is current – collaborative, open, transparent, and inclusive – which caters to their strengths. They want to be a valued part of the leadership process.
This book asks the question: What do you want in a leader
After having conducted extensive research involving over 700 millennials from around the globe over the course of six months, nine leadership traits emerged. These nine traits that were identified by hundreds of millennials worldwide as being of the utmost importance in a leader, comprise the CHAMELEON Leader.
An informative, straight from the source, fully interactive, exercise-guided book that gives you the practical skills you need to be a better leader, and offers a place to self-reflect on your own existing skills and create a game plan to take action.
The book was launched November 16, 2019 on Amazon, and – ever since – both Dr. Ranya Nehmeh and the book have been featured in a Vienna magazine and an Arabic article published through Amwal magazine. Since then, Dr. Nehmeh was also invited by university students pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Management in Vienna as a guest lecturer, where she was able to deliver a presentation on the topic of leadership.
“I am keen to undertake more speaking engagements as I think the topic of leadership, especially in relation to millennials is a very current one, which many organizations are not only interested in but also find very challenging.”