In previous weeks, I have explored three primary responsibilities of leadership that we keep in mind when establishing a leadership setting to which the emerging millennial generation will respond (read introduction here).
To provide a focus, I narrowed the scope of what is required of leaders to best serve those they lead – including millennial team-members, as proposed by my friend and world-class leader Mike.
Though this approach clearly ran the inherent risk of oversimplification, my objective was to aim the conversation at addressing specific “needs” in leading millennials. This week summarizes that series and allows for a look-back where a review could be helpful.
With that perspective, I have addressed fulfilling the following 3 leadership mandates:
To Lead - You can review this topic by clicking here.
To Provide - You can review this topic by clicking here.
To Protect - You can review this topic by clicking here.
I understand that simplifying the requirements of leadership to the above three elements may be a minimalist approach. On the other hand, it is my hope that this will serve as a starting point as those of us who are privileged to lead millennials continue to understand our roles in this context.
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