Organization Development Network of Western New York

Millennials and Leadership

Posted in Diversity Facilitation, Succession Planning by Michael Cardus on November 5, 2010

Millennials are the largest generation in American history and they are rapidly entering the workforce. In order to retain and grow top Millennial talent, leaders will need to adapt their leadership style to accommodate Millennials. Understanding Millennials will help the leader to engage them as followers and eventually develop them as leaders. In this article, LeaderLab’s own David Burkus presents six ways to engage Millennials as followers and retain them long enough to grow them into assets in any organization.

Developing the Next Generation of Leaders – LAO

 

From my friend Dave Burkus of LeaderLab

michael cardus

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