by Judith E. Glaser and Debra Pearce-McCall
When you think Millennials, the “everyone gets a trophy” idea comes up. But, we’d take that a step further and say it’s an implicit belief that everyone has something to contribute. The Millennial generation has embraced the creation of a “shared economy ethic”, along with upending many institutional hierarchies and some institutions themselves, through disruptive ideas, disruptive technologies, and businesses based on more sharing of items and information.
This organic sense of – self as part of a collective- when fostered, creates engaged employees who can be less focused on standing out and more inspired by being part of something larger then themselves. Continue reading “The Millennial “Trophy Generation”: Entitled or Eager to Engage?”