When the manager is a millennial

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Nowadays companies may find they have up to five generations working alongside each other and it's becoming increasingly common to see someone younger managing older and more experienced workers. This can pose challenges for both the older generation of employees and their younger managers. As new approaches replace the management and leadership styles of the past, young managers may struggle to establish credibility and gain the support of their older colleagues. In this article, Janina Conboye shares the stories of successful millennial managers and how they engage multi-generational teams to create a culture of collaboration.

[Read the full article on cnbc.com] 

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