Millennial Leadership Qualities That Contribute to a Positive Workplace Culture

Millennials have been unfairly characterized in the media as being lazy, overconfident, difficult and demanding but nothing could be further from the truth. Millennials are expected to make up 75 percent of the workforce by 2025, according to the Governance Studies at Brookings report.

“The distinctive and widely shared attitudes and beliefs of this generation will slowly, but surely, reshape corporations in its image and end the confrontational and bottom-line oriented world that Boomers and Gen-Xers have created,” noted the report authors, Morley Winograd and Michael Hais.

Founder of Market Domination Media Jonathan Long contributed a piece to Entrepreneur.com where he along with Araceli Vizcaino, marketing manager at Azazie, discussed how millennials positively contribute to the office culture.

  1. Millennials are tech-savvy.
  2. Millennials crave success.
  3. Millennials are innovative.
  4. Millennials are highly adaptable to change.
  5. Millennials constantly seek inspiration.
  6. Millennials are mission-driven.
  7. Millennials challenge hierarchy by asking questions.
  8. Millennials work well with others.
  9. Millennials value honest and open communication.
  10. Millennials like to have fun.

To learn more about leadership qualities millennials offer to the workplace culture, continue reading here.

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