In the previous series, I explored several characteristics that may be helpful in establishing a leadership setting to which the emerging millennial generation will respond. The following, as a reminder, is a list of those observations with corresponding links to each topic:
- A clear and meaningful purpose – and money (click to read)
- The requirement for work and life balance (click to read)
- An opportunity for mentoring relationships (click to read)
- A clear path for career advancement (click to read)
- The desire for corporate transparency (click to read)
As I pointed out previously, millennials comprise the 54 million adult Americans aged between 18 and 34 in 2015. They currently make up more than one third of the American workforce, which is therefore the largest generation at work.
Over the next few weeks I will look at what every leader can do, at a minimum, to lead the entire team while incorporating the specific insights listed above regarding leadership of millennials.