Why Millennials are Likely to Make Good Leaders

The reality of tomorrow’s workplace is that within a very short time, millennials will be ensconced in all the significant leadership posts in the world, from corporations to organizations to government.

The question arises as to what kind of leaders they will be.

The likely answer is that they will be good and effective leaders, but they will do it differently from the baby boomer generation they are replacing.

Millennials want to be leaders, but on their terms. They need to see a purpose in what they are doing and they will be more conscious than previous generations of the impact of their leadership decisions will make on the greater community and the world.

These character traits emerged from a global study that saw 16,000 millennials in 43 countries interviewed by researchers with INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute (EMI), the HEAD Foundation and Universum.

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