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Leading older employees

from Harvard Business Review

The litany of leaders who've founded and built their companies in their 20s and 30s is long and storied. It's hard to read much of anything in the news these days without Mark Zuckerberg, Biz Stone or Andrew Mason weighing in. But more and more today, even the average young professional, the millennial, is taking on increased responsibility at work, and managing and leading others far older than themselves. Being a leader is tough enough when you look and sound the part, when you have the war stories to prove you've toiled in the trenches and earned your way to the top. But leading without that authority, managing employees 10 and 20 years older than you, receiving a mandate from the top but lacking the backing of the troops in the middle and at the bottom of the organization — that is a real challenge. more


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