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New Leaders: The Rise of Millennials in Leadership Roles [Infographic]

Millennials have been entering the workforce in droves over the past decade. They have been gaining experience, learning to succeed, and rising steadily through the corporate ranks. Every day for the next 19 years, 10,000 baby boomers will reach retirement age, leaving opportunities for new leaders to take the reins of the Global economy. Many of those new leaders will be millennials.

It’s an exciting time for the business community as millennials bring new perspectives and changing priorities to leadership roles. New methodologies, innovative practices, and cultural change are poised to remake the landscape of modern business.

Are you ready?

What skills do millennial leaders value and what experience do they need? Review the infographic below to determine what characteristics the new leader will need as industries shift and new talent rises to the top.

 

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This post brought to you courtesy of The College of Professional and Continuing Studies at The University of Denver.

 

 

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