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Entrepreneurial spirit: How managers can inspire their youngest employees to think like leaders

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Entrepreneurs The college graduation season of 2018 has come to a close, and Ziprecruiter reports that recent college graduates are entering the strongest job market the U.S. has seen in a decade. As a result, it’s likely that you could soon manage someone who is in their first professional role or at least, in the earlier part of their career.

Here are some simple ways you can inspire employees to embrace their roles and think more like leaders—regardless of their level of experience or day-to-day responsibilities.

Give them real problems to solve. You can encourage your youngest employees’ professional development by giving them responsibility, ownership over their work, and exposure to other people in the company whose roles may not regularly intersect with the team you manage, but you may see new qualities emerge when you give them the opportunity to solve real business challenges they wouldn’t otherwise encounter.

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