The first wave of the Millennial Generation - born between the early 1980s and 2002 - is just graduating from college and entering the work force. Employers, meantime, are bracing for some of the biggest management challenges they've ever faced: Integrating the most demanding and most protected generation in history into a workplace shaped by the driven baby-boom generation. Like them or not, millennials are America's future work force. They are actually a larger group than the boomers - about 80 million vs. 76 million.The millennials are a complex group - although they're hard-working achievers, most millennials don't excel at leadership and independent problem solving. They want the freedom and flexibility of a virtual office but they also want rules and responsibilities to be spelled out explicitly. "It's all about me," might seem to be the mantra of this demanding bunch of young people, yet they also tend to be very civic-minded and philanthropic.More
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A Fun, Informative Must Listen for All Managers!
understand my employees better now
Now I know
seeing what makes these kids feel so entitled.
no, not that know.
Millennials expect inordinately more than past generations.
Sadly this generation has been duped into think more highly of themselves than they ought. Even though they have the advantage of improved socio/economic system they will have to overcome their inability to withstand challenges. Great book to see why they act and respond as they do.
- Sue Magruder