LEARN FROM THEIR DIGITAL SKILLS
‘Millennials have digital in their DNA,’ says Jodi Davies. ‘They grew up in a world where technology – digital and social sharing – was an established part of everyday interaction.’ As a result, there is no one in your workplace better equipped at finding digital solutions to the problems you’re facing.
Deena is a perfect case in point. Within a few weeks of starting her first graduate job when she was 21, she offered to help automate a bunch of tasks for a manager in a different office automatedweek and usingI foundoverher programming30 myself forms called within skills.intoa ‘I meetings with the leadership team for advice on what we could do better,’ she says. Try this: Everyone likes a challenge, especially when they think they can find the solution – so look at your Millennial colleagues and see if there are things in the business that they can simplify or speed up using tech. Track how they go about it and learn from their approach.