Six Ways to Prepare Millennials for Leadership Roles

According to the Pew Research Center, the first millennials were born in 1981, which means the older members of this peer group have already turned 40. The rest are at ages where leadership roles are the next step in the progression of their professional lives. This demographic is characterized by having a shared willingness to lead, and a desire to lead in their own unique ways. 

New ideas are welcomed in most companies, but the “don’t fix what isn’t broken” mindset also exists. Finding a way to marry innovation with tried-and-true methods is becoming a focal point for companies as millennials move into their upcoming roles. Looking at this from a HR perspective, this means a combination of listening and directing is needed in order to get the most out of your team’s new and upcoming leaders. 

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