October 17, 2017

The Kid in the Corner Office

Generational strife has struck the U.S. workplace.

“Nurtured on a steady diet of self-esteem, the swaggeringly confident children of the ’80s and ’90s are flying the nest and starting to land in the workforce. They’re clamoring for quick feedback, meaningful involvement, and pumped-up recognition—and roiling old-school colleagues who dub them impatient, needy, and arrogant. The kids are frustrated too: Entry-level duties are a far cry from the dream jobs they’ve been made to feel are their birthright”.

Jean Twenge, who appears in Chapter 2 of Millennial Leaders contributed to this article in Utne Reader. 

Grab the full article here.

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