Leading Older Employees

Harvard Business Review

Give those you manage a clear sense of where you're headed with any new project or client. Or, " I want to get you up to speed on the Schiller project and fill you in on next steps. Irrespective of specific deals or projects; let people know that you care about continuous improvement. The litany of leaders who've founded and built their companies in their twenties and thirties is long and storied.