Millennials, the generation of people who turned 18 in the year 2000 or thereabouts, now make up the largest proportion of the workplace. This is according to well-worn predictions about the demography of working adults in 2020. Clearly, everyone is different and without making generalisations, millennials have been shown to behave quite differently to other generations. As coaches and organisational psychologists, it’s important to appreciate how these differences translate in a professional context, in order to get the most from them. If there is one generalisation that is safe to make, it’s ‘millennial ambition’ and their desire to make an impact. Fast. Read the full HR Review article.
Khalid has been coaching and advising senior executives for over 30 years and specialises in communication and presentation skills coaching. His areas of expertise include set piece speech making, motivational speeches, dealing with the media and delivering financials. He is also called upon to provide career orientation coaching.