The Old Are Helping The Young

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  96% of Gen Z believe that having older generations help them along their career path has been valuable/extremely valuable. 94% of Millennials, Gen X, and Baby Boomers believe that having older generations help them along their career path has been valuable/extremely valuable. Only 87% of respondents from […]

C- Suite Gender Equality

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  Across all generations of respondents 66% believe that work force should consist of 50% men and 50% women. Only 2% of respondents believe that the senior leadership should consist of 100% men. 1% believe it should consist of only women. 24% of respondents believe that senior […]

Trust Issues Among Changing Generations

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  23% of Gen Z stated the salient generation as the least capable to lead in today’s economy, followed closely by Millennials at 19%. 71% of respondents from the Silent Generation believe that Gen Z is the least capable generation of becoming leaders. 60% of respondents from […]

Younger Generations Find Leadership In Their Parents

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  39% of Gen Z and 34 of Millennials had their leadership skills influenced by their parents compared to only 28% of Baby Boomers. 33% of Baby Boomers and 32% of the Silent Generations say their leadership style was influenced the most by their managers in contrast […]

How To Improve Leadership Skills

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  24% of respondents across all generations believe that executive mentoring will help improve leadership skills. 20% of Gen Z and 18% of Millennials say that job shadowing will help improve their leadership skills. 17%  of Millennials and Gen Z said that stretch assignments will help improve […]

Preferred Ways To Communicate Between Employees And Leaders

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  19% of Gen Z and Millennials prefer to be contacted via email, believing that is the most effective way leaders can communicate with workers, followed closely by Baby Boomers (18%). 31% of respondents across all generations believe that communicating in person is the one of the […]

Challenges On The Road To Leadership

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  23% of Gen X and Millennials find the fear of failure to be biggest challenge to overcome on the road to leadership. Only 2.4% of respondents of stated the biggest challenge in becoming a leader to be the lack of a clear vision. 26% of the […]

Creating The Proper Leaders For Your Company

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  Millennials (23%) are most likely to think of themselves as a visionary leader (moves people towards a shared vision, telling them where to go, but not how to get there), followed closely by Gex Z (20%). 33.7 % of respondents, across all generations, consider themselves to be […]

Keeping Talented Leaders

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  27% of respondents, from Gen Z and 22% of Millennials, want to be a leader at a company that they own or started. 43% of respondents, across all generations, want to be leaders at a company they are not currently employed by. 25% of Gen Z […]

The Importance Of Building Strong Leadership

Geography: United States —Research Source: Future Workplace and Beyond.com —Date: December 2015 —Findings:  Millennials (93%) are the most likely to agree that building strong leadership skills is personally important, followed closely by Gen X (92) and Gen Z (90%) 91 % of respondents, across all generations, agree that building strong leadership skills is personally important. 60% of Millennials agree […]