On developing millennial leaders

Millennials are no longer expected to become the majority of today’s workforce — they’ve done that already. Baby boomers, on the other hand, are slowly but surely leaving the employment scene as they reach retirement age. This is all, of course, very natural but there is one issue that threatens the stability and profitability of organizations facing this generational shift.

While there are innumerable jokes about Millennials in general and a lot of literature and statistics about them as employees, companies still seem to struggle when it comes to addressing the specific needs and requirements of these not-so-young-anymore people who work for them.

The issue goes far beyond employee turnover and satisfaction numbers because sooner or later there will be a leadership gap and the only solution is to start grooming millennial top talent to fill it.

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