How to empower: 10 young impact leaders’ best advice for employers

Why It Matters

The next generation of social impact leadership has arrived, and its members have fresh perspectives on work and organizational culture. To help employers keep up, we asked Future of Good's Young Impact Leaders for their very best piece of advice for employers looking to harness the innovation and energy young people have to offer.

As part of our series on the changing nature of work and leadership, we asked Future of Good’s Young Impact Leaders for their best advice for employers to empower young employees to do their best work—and make your organizations shine. 

These leaders offered valuable insights on how to make social impact organizations’ work more inclusive, empowering, and overall more effective. We dive into 10 examples. If you’re an employer, pay attention. 

LEAD BY EXAMPLE. 

To build truly dedicated teams, and especially to empower young employees, senior management need to fully embody the values they expect their staff to uphold. “By doing so, staff will feel like they are part of a larger, more focused and supportive environment,” says Aneil Gokhale. “Young leaders are looking for opportu

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