The core traits of millennials have defined much of the shifts we are all set to experience in the corporate world. A closer look at what defines them and how they can be motivated to succeed in the future illustrates the vicariousness of their approach and the growing emphasis on a sustainable future within organizations.
This is most evident when a closer look at the modern workforce is observed, and the composition of the workforce is evaluated which allows us a firmer understanding of why millennials are the subject of vast discussion in the corporate world.
As the previous generation of professionals begins to move into other things, retire, etc. millennials are all set to take up key positions within organizations, marking a new era for the leadership of an organization and the world of business at large.
One of the key defining features of millennials is their reliance on technology and this has synced up quite well with the corporate world’s own partnership with the IT sector over the last twenty years or so.
There are been transformational reforms with regard to security, performance management, and work delegation seem to benefit from those oriented with IT skills and the resourcefulness to use them which has enabled millennials to have a “transformational” approach to traditional work-related responsibilities.
Not only do they seek a high growth environment, but they are also looking for new challenges to keep expanding their horizons. Companies that don’t recognize this will note that the retention of many talented employees will begin to decline.
To prepare for the leadership positions which will become instrumental to company success, organizations must realign themselves with some core facts about the future. To that end, we wish to provide a convenient set of statistics as an infographic to illustrate how things are slowly changing within an organization.