How Different Generations Can Help Each Other Lead. An abridged extract from Leading – The Millennial Way
CEOs to senior leaders, pastors to PCC members – leaders know who they are and what they’re doing, right?
Unfortunately, as many of you may know, that’s not the case.
Over my own 28 years of being in senior leadership at a FTSE 100 company and later CEO of Samaritan’s Purse, there were times where I (and many of the other leaders around me) felt the need to hide behind masks and shield our true identities. But if God has called us – flaws and all – into a leadership role, surely, he wants us to bring our whole glorious self?
From a cursory glance, it seemed that this is something the generation below us – millennials (born 1984 to 2000 and currently aged 18 to 35) – were doing really well, but I was also concerned that they had been badly stereotyped as entitled, lazy and disloyal.
Given that millennials are the leaders of today – the leaders of our businesses, chari...
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