This article originally appeared in Unlimited Magazine, August 2013
You may have heard of them… first they were Gen-Y, or Generation Me, now we call them Millennials, but who are they? And why do we need to consider them in the workplace?
Born between 1980 and 2000, Millennials have had a bad press to date, portrayed as self-centred, overly confident, with a strong belief that the world owes them something. If they’re not happy they will simply move on. So why should we bother trying to adapt our leadership practices to accommodate this crowd?
Author: Sarah Shea
Associate Director, Christchurch