As a manager or executive leading an organization, you may be very clear about what you need from your team. And do you know what they need from you?
This interesting article Millennials Want to Be Coached at Work, from Harvard Business Review looks at survey results from 1,400 Millennials and what they want from their work. The shift from old-style, top-down management continues to blossom and young professionals want more from their management than simply “direction.” The study shows young professionals are more open and interested in feedback and self-development than previous generations.
These same qualities reflect why business and career coaching is a continually greater and more integral aspect of business leadership programs. And many professionals today, even those further along in their career, want more self-development, authenticity, inspiration and support.
Trish Pratt, Executive and Career Development Coach — Greater Boston area.