5 Diversity Changes That Come With More Millennial Leadership
Millennials are starting to take control in the workplace. There are now more than 75 million millennials in the workforce, more than baby boomers (just shy of 75 million) and Gen Xers (66 million). Now entering their late 20s and early 30s, the oldest members of the generation are starting to take more leadership positions in major organizations.
Despite the fact that millennials are sporting one of the lowest rates of entrepreneurship in 25 years, 60% see themselves as entrepreneurs, and 90% recognize entrepreneurship as a mindset…
“Rather than focus on representation, millennials prefer to focus on unique ideas and participation. It’s better to have one person who’s actively involved in decision making than nine people who aren’t an active part of the organization.”