By 2025, three out of four working people will be millennials. Baby boomers are leaving the workforce vacating leadership positions that someone has to fill. Find out what you need to do to help your younger workers become successful leaders.
Today’s early talent are tomorrow’s leaders. These 18-25 year-olds, whether they’re graduates, school leavers or apprentices, are the future of business. But what kind of future is it going to be? And what kind of leaders will businesses need if they’re going to make the most of it?
These questions have never been harder to answer. But you need to deal with them now. Because change is happening faster and the future is unfolding more unpredictably than ever. That has a direct impact on the people you’re bringing into your business now, And it affects how you lead them, keep them engaged and turn them into tomorrow’s leaders.
In this new Korn Ferry Hay Group paper , we look at:
- why businesses need a new kind of leader
- why holding on to early talent and getting the best out of them means treating them as individuals
- how managers can play a vital role in keeping them engaged by leading them in the way you’ll need them to lead one day.
Along the way, we’ll lift the lid on what makes them tick, according to our research. And we’ll find out where leadership could be falling short of what early talent needs.
Complete the form to download the paper and learn how to tune in to your early talent and help your leaders develop tomorrow’s leaders.