Millennials in the Workplace: A Conceptual Analysis of Millennials’ Leadership and Followership Styles

Shih Yung Chou

Abstract


The Millennial Generation in the workplace has received increasing attention as it has been shown that Millennials demonstrate different attitudes, values, beliefs, and aspirations in the workplace compared to the previous generations. Although a number of studies have devoted to the investigation of Millennials, the leadership and followership styles exhibited by Millennials at work has been largely neglected. Thus, the major purpose of this article is to develop a conceptual framework that explores Millennials’ leadership and followership styles in the workplace. By examining Millennials in the context of leadership and followership, this article provides important theoretical and practical implications.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v2i2.1568

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