Every day for the next 19 years, 10,000 baby boomers will reach retirement age. This transition means ample opportunities for new leaders to take the reins of the global economy.
Of course, many of those new leaders will be Millennials…
Are you ready to impress a millennial boss?
Based on sheer numbers alone, that makes it likely that you’re going to have a millennial boss. And when you do, you might want to prepare for how to impress accordingly.
This election year almost every member of the Millennial generation will be eligible to vote. True: historically, young voters don’t exactly show up in large numbers for major elections… but if Millennials do this time, it could have a major impact on the Presidential and Congressional elections. With that as the backdrop, and knowing that talking about politics can be a dangerous arena to enter, we think it’s important to understand what Millennials really expect in their leaders, how they see the current political landscape and what they might do differently when it’s their turn to lead our country. On Tuesday at
As a young professional, goal setting may already be an important aspect of your career. In fact, it may have lead you to where you are today. Now that you’re there, though, you may have noticed those around you aren’t as goal-oriented as you are. Members of your team may be so busy doing their day-to-day chores that they fail to keep in mind the overall mission.
We have a name those who feel this way at work, who have identified that team goals are going unfulfilled, even unnoticed: Leader.