Don’t complain: Train young adult slackers who work in your office

8 junio 2015

Emerging adults aged 18 to 25 are often criticized for their poor interpersonal skills, sense of entitlement, and casual work ethic. But a new study suggests that fault-finding adult co-workers could make a big difference in young workers’ leadership development by developing relationships with them, modeling the behaviors they wish to see, and providing leadership growth opportunities.