It's finally happened: after working hard, paying your dues and mastering your assigned responsibilities, you've been recognized with a promotion. Having the opportunity to advance within a given company is something that many employees value. But what should you do if these changes leave you feeling overwhelmed?
My mentoring work has led me to conversations with millennials who have left a positive and lasting impression. I have learned much from them -- practically and personally. Their different view of the world, while seemingly foreign to the older generations, can provide a different lens through which to see things that can have a profound effect on business.
It is becoming increasingly important for us to be able to work across generations in the workplace. The Boomers are starting to leave, Gen X is more than ready to assume more of the leadership roles, and Gen Y is getting antsy. In keeping with that thinking, I am suggesting that as Gen X leaders, we keep these five tips in mind as we prepare to lead the Gen Y workforce.