Gen Zers will share their work with other team members if they feel it's convenient, efficient, and economical. Learn how you need to prepare to set boundaries with these natural-born delegators.
- Okay, we have a problem here. … If you ask any Boomer, Xer, or even Millennial … what would happen if their boss gave them an assignment … and they just delegated it someone else? … They'd probably be fired. … But in the eyes of Gen-Z that's completely okay. … We have a generation of weconomists … that has a different definition of getting work done. … - Jonah, how's that proposal coming? … - Oh it's going really well. … It should be done by the end of the day. … I gave it to Will, he is doing such a good job. … - Will? … - Yeah, Will is probably the best in the office … at proposals, so I just figured I'd give it to him. … - But Jonah, I gave that proposal assignment to you. … - I know, but I gave it to Will. … - As they see it, if I'm not good at it … and someone else is, … I'll just delegate it and we'll get it done faster. … And this delegation might not be a bad thing, … but it's going to cause challenges at work. … So there's two things that you need to do. … - The first thing is you really have to decide …
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- Gen Z feedback preferences
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