As you’re just getting started in the workforce, your passion and drive can make you a natural leader. But you haven’t yet established yourself. No one really knows you.
So, how do you know when it’s time to step up and take the lead?
What if your new boss comes from the Millennial generation? We asked the members of the Young Entrepreneurial Council (YEC) this question:
How can a new team member thoroughly impress their new Millennial boss?
Millennials get it. They’re the newcomers in the workplace. They’re portrayed in media as flighty, spoiled kids whose main career motives are driven by the option to wear sweatpants and use a beanbag as a desk. I should know; I’m a millennial myself. And, I know what millennials want.
What does being a real adult mean, anyway? You’ve finally reached the start of your adult life. You’ve left your childhood behind. The responsibility for who you are and who you will become now lies squarely on YOUR shoulders alone. You have some big decisions to make.
People who are older have to deal with ageism. Those of us fresh out of college have to deal with it too. Some people don’t think we’re capable of much. Some really underestimate our ability.
So here are some things that we can do in our twenties to prove all those haters wrong.
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