At least that’s what they’ve been telling us.
Bad with money, lacking basic life skills, constantly seeking acknowledgment and instant gratification, most of them still living at home with their parents.
Narcissistic, terrible communicators, screen obsessed. I don’t need to go on, we have all seen and heard the standard media representation of Millennials, labelling them as a bunch of a self-absorbed, lazy and hard to manage kidults.
A somewhat productivity virus in the workplace.
Difficult to work with. Impossible to lead.
But what if everything you think you know about Millennials is wrong?
Yes, they are certainly different, the first digital natives, the first generation to ‘grow up’ on social media, but hang on a minute, is this because they are terrible employees, terrible human beings, hopeless hapless losers or has the cult of “tough leadership” and the shame culture so prevalent in Australian (and global) workplaces created this massive divide?
My research disproves all these myths and more. Millennials are not who we think they are, to learn more you can check out my free ebook which shares the latest facts around who Millennials really are!