Leaders and directors in an organization are normally older people. Some people think younger leader would be better. Do you agree or disagree?

Many people believe that young people should lead companies
of the older ones. Personally, I completely disagree with
statement because those aged staffs with experiences can bring more advantages for a group. It is obvious that experienced people have expert power - which can hardly be found in a young leader, to give
right directions
the right directions
to their subordinates in work.
As a result
, an efficient working routine with controllable outcomes will be set up, making a better reputation for
the company
, when an unexpected problem happens, an aged senior staff will be
more quickly
more quick
to find a feasible solution than the younger one since their problem-solving skill has been developed through years.
For example
, when facing an on-site issue in
construction industry
the construction industry
, a 20 years experience architect can sit
the office and tell the workers exactly what they can do. Meanwhile, it will take a lot of time for a 5 years leader to find the same solution. Some people claim that
managers will be more creative in work and can propose positive changes for the improvement of
the company
opinion is true in some cases, creativity
can be contributed by those older people in many ways. One effective method is that these senior staffs can encourage young employee to conduct their own ideas in working. By doing
, a strong relationship of mentor and mentee will be set to achieve something new in a productive way: the old will help the young on
practical side
the practical side
of new idea. In conclusion, I believe that
the older
individuals should be chosen to lead a company rather than the young for certain reasons mentioned above.
Submitted by Thanh on

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