The baby boomer generation is retiring at a more rapid pace every day. Members of the next demographic cohorts, Gen X and more so Gen Y, are stepping up to take their places in companies worldwide. However, as these generations enter leadership, enterprises are repeatedly failing to bridge business acumen and strategic thinking skill gaps.
These emerging leaders are a technologically advanced group. Many have advanced degrees and high skills and come with vast amounts of industry-specific knowledge. Corporations can benefit enormously from this age group; however, these new leaders are not as teachable through traditional training methods. Rather, they benefit most from hands-on, applicable and customized training tailored to their outlook and skill sets.
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