As Gen-Y creeps up on middle age (Yikes! It’s true!) understanding their changing habits is critical for CEOs. Start by rethinking conventional wisdom.
Many conflicts with workers are quickly blamed on generational differences, but are they magnified today by the increased access to information sharing?
By 2025, three-quarters of employees are apt to be from younger generations. If CEOs don’t stay a few steps ahead of the changes, they risk lagging behind.
Mental agility, independence, and self-confidence are the top three soft skills that Millennials lack. However, refocusing on these skills could secure a greater ROI for your company.
Former Yum! Brands CEO David Novak inspired over a million people to achieve their personal best. Now he’s teaching a new generation the art of leadership.
Connecting with Millennials and the new workforce requires the ability to understand, empathize, and build a bridge.
How can CEOs and their organizations best support and prepare millennials to lead? The flow of information from younger leaders to older ones is important.
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