The stats are in and your sneaking suspicions are true – millennials are more likely to switch jobs than any other generation. While most managers are well aware of this problem, most are not aware of the cause. The truth is, millennials are neither “entitled” nor suffering from a lack work ethic – they’re simply a generation of savvy, well-educated individuals who are disengaged at work.
By the same report, a whopping 60% of millennials are open to a different job opportunity. Coupled with the fact that 10,000 baby boomers retire every day, who will lead your organization over the next decade?
Smart leaders aren’t waiting to find out – they’re taking action now.
Having coached tens of thousands of millennials through my personal and professional development programs since 2011, I’ve discovered a consistent “hierarchy” of needs that, if met, increase the commitment and engagement level of millennials in any organization.
The best part? Through my proprietary process, I show millennials how to meet these needs themselves, with the resources your company already makes available to them.
(Or that ping-pong tables need to be installed in the breakroom…)
With your existing management and your existing corporate culture, I show organizations how to get millennials to commit because they want to, not because they “have” to.