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The Millennials Are Moving Up. What Does That Mean For Business? 

It seems like only yesterday we started talking about millennials in the workplace. However, considering the fact that millennials were born between 1978 and 2004, the oldest are now approaching 37. They’re already a major part of our work culture. In fact, by 2025, this generation will make up 75% of the global workforce – which means organizations are considering an entirely new challenge: preparing millennials for management and executive roles.

Generally speaking, millennials are a tolerant, curious, positive, sharing, connected, flexible, generation that are true to themselves. You may have already noticed that millennial team members tend to thrive when they are allowed extra space and time to brainstorm and explore new ideas, while remaining close to their teammates for mentorship and connection.

Many millennials cannot imagine a point in time where the world was not available at their fingertips. Their up-to-the-minute understanding of innovative solutions, round-the-clock availability and global engagement will keep an organization ahead of the curve in today’ constantly shifting technological landscape.

Integrating a work culture and design space that reduces boundaries will allow an organization to get the most out of millennials fresh, entrepreneurial perspective. This could include incorporating flexible work hours or remote work opportunities into your employee offering. Traditional office spaces will be a thing of the past leading to a new way of envisioning work space design.

Creating an environment and culture that fosters growth and professional development in a unique and customized manner will not only streamline workflow and enhance productivity – it will help you retain key innovators – allowing you to build a leadership team that is well ahead of the future.

 

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