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Understanding and Engaging 'Millennials

Baby Boomers often complain that Millennials don't want to fit into the system, aren't dedicated to the organization, and "all expect a trophy." Millennials often see Baby Boomers as wedded to systems and processes that work for Baby Boomers but are stifling to Millennials. Here's how to get along.

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From the perspective of the generation that’s somewhat undefined ‘ Generation X (birth dates between the mid 1960s and early 1980s) ‘ we see and understand Baby Boomers (birth dates between 1946 and mid-1960s) and Millennials (birth dates between mid-1980s and early 2000s) both of which are better defined, and the sharp contrast between them. Baby Boomers often complain that Millennials don’t want to fit into the system, aren’t dedicated to the organization, and “all expect a trophy.” Millennials often see Baby Boomers as wedded to systems and processes that work for Baby Boomers but are stifling to Millennials.

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