Developing leaders across generations
Harris, Lauren Singer
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The war for talent which requires the development of individuals to lead organizations into the future is important now more than ever. Research has found, however, that different generational cohorts have different needs and values and therefore developmental opportunities in the workplace may affect these individuals differently. This study aims to identify how organizations can create and invest in leadership development experiences that are found to impact the attitudes of employees from different generational cohorts. Implications for strategically tailoring leadership development programs for differing groups will be discussed.