In today’s workplace CEOs and managerial ranks are being filled with younger leaders. This trend is progressing and it begs the question, “”what different leadership skills do young leaders bring to the table and how might current leadership best develop their skills?”" According to an article from Chief Learning Officer, “”Younger leaders seem more able to switch gears and let go of old routines or good ideas that didn’t work out. Teaching these leadership traits burdens the chief learning officer (CLO) with the responsibility of understanding what kinds of learning programs will best align with the demands of a younger workforce. Heavy doses of experiential learning are best for younger leaders – not classroom instruction”" according to David DeLong, author of The Executive Guide to High-Impact Talent Management: Powerful Tools for Leveraging a Changing Workforce.”" Read more of this article at: http://bit.ly/QhbjNR.
This article communicates that young people don’t benefit from being lectured. Young leaders need a strong framework for development. They succeed by learning from new experiences and being engaged in real-time critical thinking activities. Young leaders are likely to embrace an environment that intertwines social learning and the use of technology.
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