Business:Management & Marketing
Millennials in the Workforce and at Home. Tools to Help.
Most of the complaints that we have about them is our fault, the way we raised them, the way we coddled them, helicopter them, and enabled them. We’ve wanted to shield them from all the challenges made a strong, and in so doing, in some cases have weaken their ability to cope with difficulties and trials.
On the other hand, millennials are giving us a great gift if we would just open our eyes and stop judging them. They are less motivated by extrinsic factors. Carrots and sticks don’t drive them. When they identify a cause greater than themselves they jump all in. They are willing to sacrifice their personal life, their emotional health, positions of power or money. They can teach us a lot about what matters most.
Fundamental attribution error leads us to a fixed mindset, and limits our influence with young people.
So how do we lead, inspire, connect with and motivate millennials who in a few years will make up 3/4 of the workforce?
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