The prevailing thought may be that millennials and non-millennials have different views on the workplace and expectations from managers and corporate leaders, but according to a new survey from Bridge by Instructure that’s just not true.
Our survey revealed that both millennials (59 percent) and non-millennials (73 percent) view trustworthiness as the most important trait in a manager. The second and third most important traits? Teaching and training abilities, then knowledge.
Other notable findings include the most important things that raise approval ratings, what managers are most lacking in, and what’s most likely to happen to workplace leadership in the next five years.
View the infographic below to learn more and hit the link for the full report on Leadership at Work: What Millennials and Non-Millennials Value Most.