Millennials – Generational Differences in Leadership
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As of 2014 for the first time in history there are five generations in the workforce. There has never been a more diverse group of people that come from such vastly different values, educations, and economic and social backgrounds. Millennials currently represent 27% of the workforce and by 2020 that number is expected to be as high as 49%. As Baby Boomers ponder retirement, the Mature Generation wonders how much longer they can work, Millennials learn to adapt to their leadership roles and Generation Z is just learning what it means to enter the workforce. There are many opportunities for developing a healthy understanding of our beliefs from being raised in different eras and how these beliefs are communicated and honored in fairness to all.
- Characteristics versus stereotypes of each generation on the job
- Discuss the different values of each generations’ approach to life & work
- Best practices for recruiting and retaining millennial leaders