For Organizational Success, Listen to Younger Workers
Millennials and Gen Z are experienced navigating a tumultuous world
Millennials and Gen Z are leading a dramatic cultural shift that will drive many benefits, including improving organizations that are open to that change. But leaders need to adapt their thinking.
Any business that wants to stay relevant needs to take input from younger workers, said Rajeev Kapur, president and CEO of 1105 Media and author of Chase Greatness: Enlightened Leadership for the Next Generation of Disruption.
Over the next couple of years, the majority of the workforce is going to be Gen Z or millennial and the traditional, top-down leadership model isn’t going to cut it anymore, he said. These younger generations have endured a lot in their lifetimes, including 9/11, the 2008 recession, social justice challenges, environmental crises and a global pandemic, to name a few.
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