The call and the need of leadership crosses all boundaries from business to education, from sports to family, leaders are always in demand and leadership is a skill not simply a mentality. If you are going to be an effective 21st century leader in whatever domain you serve, you must improve your leadership skills. There has been a drastic change in our world, from the heightened dependence on technology to the social norms of a multi-generational society. Changes in technology and generations demand a change in leadership style and approach. If you are going to be effective in business, education and even family leadership you must gain leadership skillsets that will assist you in succeeding. Consider the following statistics:
- Millennials will make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025.
- A study found that just 20% of organizations identified the millennial leader segment as critical for development over the next 24 months.
- Millennial leaders crave advice particularly from senior leadership yet on average, just 7% of organizations invested in offering millennial coaching, mentoring and dedicated time with their chief executive and other senior leaders.