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Millennials have garnered a lot of attention, and deservedly so with their perceived entitlement mentality and narcissistic tendencies. Their reputation has followed this generation into academia and the workplace where they now dominate. The reality of a multi-generational workforce has highlighted the need for understanding the Millennial mindset, thus this chapter proposes that hope resides with the Millennials and subsequent Gen Z as the servant leaders of tomorrow, if not today. This generation is inclined to seek purpose-filled lives, seek a greater good, and pursue the impossible as a higher achievement. If organizational leaders and academia can both lead as servants and also inspire servant leadership in this generation, the potential is unlimited for a society that promotes servant leadership and fosters the serving of others.
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