If you are already a leader, you are most likely not from Generation Y (Millennials.) You are more likely to be a “Baby Boomer” or from “Generation X.” With this, as we grow older, we begin to notice our way of doing things is not to the same as our children.
We begin to ask ourselves questions like:
Why aren’t they behaving as we want them to? How will our organisations survive with behavior patterns like this? How do we change them?
Us & Them Thinking
“Two roads diverged in a wood – I took the one less Tweeted about.”
It’s easy to think about “us” and “them” with the problem-side-of-the-equation usually emanating from “them.” Even when we try to empathise with Millennials (the “them,”) we think from the context of our own early lives.
We hear, “I remember being a teenager…
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