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Leadership Training Experts Discuss How Millennials Will Lead September 6, 2017

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Leadership Training Experts Discuss How Millennials Will Lead, Irvine-Lake Forest, California

In terms of culture, there's no doubt that millennials are influential trendsetters. However, outside of that, how do they impact the corporate workforce? Furthermore, is their impact beneficial? According to Crestcom SoCal, if you've only heard uneasy opinions about their leadership capabilities, it's time to put those cliches away. Based in Southern California, this leadership training company has been a linchpin to corporate success all around the world for 30 years, and they're here to assure businesses that the future is going to be safe in the hands of millennial leaders.

As Crestcom SoCal explains, there are a handful of misconceptions about millennials' work ethic and approach to corporate work. If you've heard they're less likely to be loyal to a single company, you might be surprised to learn that's not true. Because this generation has been raised with an emphasis on learning through group work and training, they understand the importance of teamwork.

leadership trainingThis emphasis on teamwork can be seen in their interest for being coached for leadership training. Citing a recent study ranking various workplace characteristics on a scale of one to five, with five being the most important, the discrepancies between current CEOs and millennials in leadership positions were small, especially regarding mentorship. Crestcom SoCal acknowledges that although current CEOs favored it more, it was only by a difference of 0.2.

Another misconception related to the workplace is that millennials want revolutionary spaces with open floor plans and a demolition of hierarchy. Crestcom SoCal points to the same study which revealed that current CEOs actually valued those ideas more. However, millennials are looking for some flexibility, but only in scheduling and work location—even then, the difference was less than 0.4 and 0.3, respectively.

With millennials eager to learn from authority figures, their style of leading won't differ too much from the current CEOs, especially with the right training. At Crestcom SoCal, their approach to leadership development relies heavily on interactive group exercises, which will undoubtedly resonate with the generation. Their Bullet Proof® Manager leadership training program is a year-long program that's proven to be effective, thanks to its emphasis on interactive learning and consistency.

For companies interested and willing to invest in the millennial's leadership training, Crestcom SoCal is here to help. Give them a call today at (619) 204-9130 to schedule a consultation, and visit their website for more information on their innovative services. 

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