Calling the Next Generation of Millennial Leaders

There is no denying that millennials have different ideas compared to prior generations about what is important to business leaders. The implication is that developing and retaining millennial leaders requires a new set of strategies.
— By Dave Desouza

It is hard to believe, but the oldest millennials are now 37 years old, and the youngest are 22 years old and entering the full-time workforce. The older persons of this generation are already in or moving into leadership positions, and many have their eye on achieving upper management and executive positions. Among the rest of the millennials are the future leaders, some already being groomed to advance in their careers.

Millennials have some goals that are similar to the goals of all employed people – financial security, work-life balance and meaningful work. However, they have a different perspective about the role of business, and that means they have a different perspective on the rol...

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