In our latest column on mentoring, Lis Merrick explores successful practice in mentoring for Millennials   By 2020 half the working population globally will come from the generation born between 1980 and 2000, so it’s really important to consider generational differences when designing mentoring programmes. Mentoring someone from the Millennial generation (also known as Generation Y) is not textbook developmental mentoring as we know it. Preparing mentors to understand Millennials’ quite different career and value expectations and helping Millennial mentees to get the most from a Generation X (1965-76) or Baby Boomer (1946-64) mentor can be really helpful. Millennials have […]

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