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Millennial Leadership

Millennials are rising. But are they ready for leadership? THIS IS A PRESENTATION FROM 2010 - for updated information, contact josephmearley@gmail.com
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Joseph Earley

on 6 November 2013

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Transcript of Millennial Leadership

what has influenced the millennials?
technology
communication
the world
grew up "baby on board"
stranger danger!
poisoned halloween candy
zero tolerance policies
columbine h.s. shooting
war on terrror
ALWAYS CONNECTED
23%
90%
"child-centric"
of the current U.S. workforce are Millennials
of Millennials say they are close to their parents
Millennials are the most
MILLENNIALS
1982 - 2001
SILENT GENERATION
BABY BOOMERS
GEN X
AND NEVER CONNECTED
LEADERSHIP
iGEN
generation in U.S. History
winners!
millennials are all
or at least, everyone gets a trophy
TOP
3
INFLUENCERS ON
MILLENNIALS
is full of possibilities!
but cn u solve
all ur prblms
via txt?

do u trly
feel heard? <3
MILLENNIAL
who the millennials are | what's influenced them | where they need to grow | how they can better lead
with cam helkowski, m.ed., lcpc and joe earley, m.ed.
GOOD
NEWS
NEWS
BAD
"confident, high achieving"
"team-oriented, productive, successful"
"scheduled, conventional, function with authority"
"tech-savvy, multi-tasking, intelligent"
deathly afraid of failure
not sure how to do life without a syllabus
few real conflict resolution skills
(over)dependence on (likeable) authority
LEADERSHIP GROWTH
AS A MILLENNIAL
develop integrity
develop purpose
establish identity
develop mature
relationships
develop autonomy
manage emotions
develop competence
BECOME A LEADERSHIP
H E L P E R
HOLD BACK
ENLARGE THE PICTURE
LET FAILURE HAPPEN
PREPARE FOR CHANGE
ENCOURAGE "TRIBE FINDING"
RESOURCES vs. RESCUER
scary actions, dangerous people, terrifying events, and i'm not safe!
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