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Coaching Millennials: Don't Blame the Player; Change the Game

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Coaching Millennials: Don't Blame the Player; Change the Game

Millennials push us to reevaluate our concepts of development and require us to change the status quo. Learn why that’s a good thing and how to embrace it in this article.

Unlike their predecessors, millennials are driven to make themselves and their workplaces better. They want to engage in the business and seek to personally experience how things work and to collaborate with others. They want to be coached. The thing is: so does everyone else.

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