5 Ways Millennials Have Reshaped the Workplace

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Clients from every industry regularly ask us for Speakers who can deliver presentations about managing different generations in the workplace. The four generational groups—the Matures, the Boomers, the Gen-Xers, and the Millennials—have seemingly incompatible views on leadership, and approach work based on each group’s defining core values.  Here, 5 of our top Speakers on Leadership highlight how Millennials in particular have reshaped the workplace:

Cam Marston, Author and Speaker on Leading 4 Generations in the Workplace:One of the greatest contributions Millennials have made to the workplace is that they’ve further flattened the communication hierarchy so that anyone with an idea or with a suggestion is a welcomed voice, no matter their rank, tenure, or age. The Millennials have democratized the workplace to a degree today’s modern workplace has never seen and we’re all better for it. Video Link: http://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Cam-Marston

Lynne Lancaster, Author and Speaker on Bridging Communication between the Generations:One of the greatest contributions Millennials have made is “finding new ways to get things done.”  They are great at assessing complex situations and suggesting ways to be more effective, often using technology or collaboration tools.

Video Link: http://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Lynne-Lancaster

Seth Mattison Speaker on Building Next Gen Enterprises for a Next Gen Workforce: One of the greatest contributions Millennials have made to the workplace is openness. Millennials understand that by working from a position of openness and collaboration everyone becomes empowered to impact their company, culture, and community.

Video Link: http://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Seth-Mattison

Mark Crowley, Author and Speaker on Leadership from the Heart: One of the greatest contributions Millennials have made to the workplace is reinventing how companies lead and manage people. Millennials have inspired leaders to be more caring and supportive and to be more like a coach than director.  They’ve brought purpose back to the workplace and restored the value of frequent feedback.  Their needs for engagement have made leveraging strengths and growing professionally critical components of all job descriptions.

Video Link: http://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Mark-C.-Crowley

Bruce Tulgan, Author and Speaker on Managing Millennials in the Workplace:One of the greatest contributions Millennials have made to the workplace is to show the rest of us what it looks like to build a career you can wrap around the life you want to have, rather than the other way around.

Video Link: http://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Bruce-Tulgan

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