According to Gallup:
A lot of leaders I speak to find managing and engaging millennials the toughest part of their job. They're often frustrated and disappointed with their performance calling them:
"impatient and entitled know-it-all's, who care more about FaceBook than their work."
And while it is true that millennials are the least engaged generation at work, it is also true that the problem could be easily remedied if managers made a few workplace adjustments and adopted a more coach-centric leadership style. That's what I took away after interviewing 16 leaders in the HR and employee engagement field. I specifically asked them:
“Why are companies struggling to engage millennials and what do you suggest?”
Here are their 20 key takeaways, (The full article is here):
About the Author
Ascanio Pignatelli helps Fortune 1000 companies unlock the full promise, energy and creativity of their millennials. Ascanio is an award winning speaker, workshop facilitator, coach, and author of the forthcoming book “Engaging Millennials: How to attract, retain and fully engage the most talented millennials." His company E3 Solutions helps executives improve their leadership and communication skills to create more engaging workplaces.