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Yesterday, we looked at the latest on what Millennials want in the workplace, and some of their biggest career needs—mentorship, flexibility, training, and clear objectives—might be rooted in the way they grew up.

Apr 26 2016

Yesterday, we looked at the latest on what Millennials want in the workplace, and some of their biggest career needs—mentorship, flexibility, training, and clear objectives—might be rooted in the way they grew up. The attachment theory “suggests that our relationship styles are formed in childhood with enduring, pervasive consequences.” While it has been traditionally used to explain parenting styles, it can be also applied to the workplace. Millennials respond best to bosses who foster “secure attachment,” and who “encourage innovation and trust employee discretion but also give direction and check in frequently.” (Forbes)