Are There Any Best Practices for Developing Gen Y/Young Professionals?
|dc.description.abstract||According to U.S. Census Data, each year 1 million Millennials enter the workforce; nearly 40 percent of the U.S. workforce will be Millennials by 2020. Characterized as remarkably different from Baby Boomers, Gen Y is facing many challenges when it comes to leadership roles. Gen Y leaders are expected to refocus organizations as global forces, develop cultural intelligence, develop strategic thinking and decision-making intelligence, and nurture long-term collaboration.2 Development programs specifically designed for Millennials are necessary to fill the gaps, and are powerful tools for attracting and retaining top young professionals.|
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|dc.title||Are There Any Best Practices for Developing Gen Y/Young Professionals?|
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|local.authorAffiliation||Stahno, John: Cornell University|
|local.authorAffiliation||Yang, Jing: Cornell University|