How to Start Developing Your Next Generation of Leaders

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Develop your next generation of leaders now

The workforce is changing. Every day, baby boomers are retiring, and Gen Z'ers are entering the workplace. This shift in the workforce means millennials will be moving into leadership roles in the next five to 10 years. It's important to get a better understanding of millennials, so you can unlock their potential as leaders.

Despite their reputation for being job hoppers, millennials actually value opportunities for growth and development within their organization more than previous generations. In order to retain talent and stay competitive, you need to provide opportunities to turn millennial employees into leaders now.

This infographic will help you create a strategic plan to develop millennial leaders who can help you overcome challenges and meet business goals.

You'll learn:
  • How to set goals that drive business results when developing a leader
  • What millennials value in the workplace 
  • How to measure the development of your leaders
  • The role mentors can play in turning an employee into a leader

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