They will be resourceful and seek creative solutions independently avoiding excessive need for attention.
They may hesitate to ask managers (and others) for help when appropriate or potentially shy away from collaboration if not convenient.
Better able to roll with and even welcome change as they seek a variety of different experiences.
Will be anxious and perhaps impatient for new projects and experiences; managers will need to be flexible around rotational assignments and work.
They will strive to improve products and processes and seek new solutions from multiple sources. They will build their skills to stay valuable and relevant and seek mentoring and coaching.
They may be challenged to balance opportunities for learning and creative brainstorming with requirements for specific performance and efficiency. Providing ready access to desired mentoring and coaching may be difficult.
They will bring a constant flow of new information and related sharing of what they know or have discovered.
Balancing telling with listening may be a struggle at times.
They will be proactive in asking about next steps in their career and developing personalized, unique plans to advance and grow.
Ongoing conversations about future plans will require adjusting managerial behaviors and evolving HR processes that have been often slow to change.