Generational differences in the workplace can be hard to manage sometimes, but the bottom line is that maintaining positive work relationships with your colleagues and your boss is necessary in order to foster a desirable workplace culture. Whether it be completing a project, responding to client needs, or working with a particular product, you should be willing to make a real effort to perform your best and meet your boss’ expectations, regardless of any age differences.
As more and more millennials become a part of the existing workforce, a contemporary need to redefine the c-suite emerges, with a
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Statistics show that the leadership crisis is real—so real, in fact, that nearly 50% of recently-promoted managers fail in the first eighteen months of employment (source: Leadership IQ). Worse yet, this failure rate is expected to be higher, some say as high as 75%. According to a report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, our outplacement partners based in Chicago, there have been 1,107 CEO departures so far this year.