|Scooped by Miklos Szilagyi|
After more than a decade of effort, American businesses still have not figured out how to successfully motivate, inspire – and keep – millennial workers. According to a new and comprehensive Gallup
Miklos Szilagyi's insight:
Could be then that a whole generation will force the change of leadership's style for ever for better... In long-term there will be no alternative of the inevitable win of the coaching/mentoring style of management... and it will happen on the needs/demand of the Y- (and the following) generation... it will be a good thing which will transform the workplace to more liveable place... it's not the new Kanaan but it's definitely a good future trend... the days of the "old guard" leaders are started to be counted... "Remarkably, this is a generation of workers that rejects traditional ways, and fully expects their bosses and organizations to adapt to them. It’s a stunning fact that millennials already represent 40 percent of the American workforce – and that number will nearly double in just 10 more years. While some of us may have resisted changing how we lead in response to the demands of millennial workers, the conclusion of the research is that we must act now. Importantly, the most progressive organizations are already on their way."