How to Train Millennials to Become Leaders

The 75.4 million Millennials, those ages 18-34, are surpassing the 74.9 million Baby Boomers, those ages 51-69, according to Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C. That means that the Millennial generation is clearly heralding in and creating the next generation of leaders. Even more telling is that according to a report by Workplace Trends, The Millennial Leadership Survey, “91% of millennials aspire to be a leader.” This population, however, is choosing not to be loyal to employers, but are rather planning courses to excel in leadership and to work for organizations that support this growth.

An extensive and enlightening survey completed by Deloitte, The Deloitte Millennial Survey 2016, illuminates the position of Millennials on leadership. The Deloitte survey results concluded that the top concern among the Millennial population is that of becoming a leader, yet 63% of Millennials believe they are not receiving the proper training. Furthermore:

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