Neil Howe Discusses About Millennials

Neil Howe Discusses About Millennials


In this video, Neil Howe speaks for a "Flash" presentation at the Economist's Ideas, focusing on millennials in the workplace. He shares that from his research he's gathered that most older generations are not particularly keen of millennials. But he says that if you only focus on their faults and flaws, you will never be able to lead them because you won't have a clue about what motivates them and what their strengths are.

Neil Howe, best-selling author and national speaker, is a renowned authority on generations in America. He gives readers and audiences powerful insights into who today’s generation are, what motivates them as consumers and workers, and how they will shape our national future. He is a great choice for any forward-looking organization that wants to grasp the big picture. Howe’s broadly cyclical perspective—oriented around familiar generational life stories—will put “the long term” into a stunning yet personal focus that will not soon be forgotten.

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A best-selling author on generations and global aging, Neil Howe explains how falling birthrates and rising life spans will cause the world's population to grow older in the next 30 years. He illustrates how this phenomenon will affect business, especially in the workplace and in their communications with consumers.