WHY COACHING IS KEY TO ENGAGING AND RETAINING YOUR UP-AND-COMING TALENT
They’re the largest segment in the workforce—and they’re the least engaged.
Ever since the first Millennials entered the workforce, experts and leaders have been analyzing, scrutinizing and prognosticating about what it means for business. For all the wall-to-wall coverage of their habits, interests, and behaviors, the picture of Millennials often boils down to an oversimplified caricature: self-absorbed, entitled job hoppers who are in it for the perks.
But what do Millennials really want? Before you invest in a ping pong table and bean bag chairs, let’s take a closer look at what truly matters to Millennials—and what that means for how you develop and engage this group of employees who will be leading your organization into the future.
Many Millennials likely don’t want to switch jobs, but their companies are not giving them compelling reasons to stay.
—How Millennials Want to Work and Live, Gallup
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