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<p>Tips for Leading Millennials</p> <p>A recent Gallup study found millennials are feeling lack of engagement in the work place. 55 percent of millennials are not engaged, 16 percent are actively disengaged, and only 26 percent are engaged.</p> <p>How can you ensure millennials on your team are engaged at work? Try the following:</p> <p>44 percent of millennials say they feel more engaged when they have regular meetings with their manager.</p> <p>Disengaged millennial employees can significantly hurt an organization. Companies with highly engaged workers outperform their peers by 147 percent in earnings per share.</p> <p>The top five attributes millennials look for in a job include ability to learn and grow, quality of manager, quality of management, interest in the type of work, and advancement opportunities.</p> <p>Millennials want strength based development. Employees who are allowed to use their strengths every day are 6 times more likely to be engaged. Strength-based workplaces also report a 59 percent decrease in safety accidents.</p> <p>50 percent of employers that offer strength based development report higher performance numbers, including 29 percent increase in profit, 15 percent increase in employee engagement, and a 7 percent increase in customer engagement.</p> <p>60 percent of millennials say feeling a “sense of purpose” was the top reason they stayed with their employer. They place importance on being valued and being treated like person, not a number.</p> <p>In the end, millennials want to be challenged, valued and given opportunities to advance. What steps would you take to engage and manage millennials?</p> <p>Lewis University</p> <p>Sources:</p> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a>