Engaging with Millennials in the Workplace

Check out our newest episode on Engaging with Millennials in the Workplace.

This is a group that is quickly making its accent to the higher ranks of the corporate world I want to talk about the a couple things in the show:

  1. There behaviors
  2. How to Manage them to get to most out of them

Millennials is the demographic born between 1980 and 2000, they are beginning there decent into the workforce.

This is a generation that has had a lot written about them and in some respects maybe gets a bad rap because they are just beginning to come into there own.

Millennials are a hard working group that is very altruistic

They view money from a different lens than any other generation

They would be willing to forego higher pay if they are able to work in a position that they are passionate about

Millennials they love their love job, but they aren’t in love with their organization.

They enjoy what they do, but it’s no big deal for them to switch companies

Millennials are fascinated by entrepreneurship. This speaks to a couple of things

  1. They want to be the boss
  2. They want to be involved
  3. They are intrigued by the risk proposition

If you’re a manager or supervisor of a millennial there are a number of things you need to know to get the most out of them.

  1. They need vision
  2. Guidance
  3. Positivity
  4. Feedback
  5. Mentorship

Millennials are going to change the way workplace is similar the boomers did so many years ago

Many sociologists compare them to the Greatest generation

They are a modern version of the Greatest Generation in terms of they altruistism, work ethic, and always wanting to be better

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