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

People have different
views whether
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views, whether
older or younger people are more suitable for important positions in an organisation. While I believe that both youngsters and aged individuals have its own importance, no doubt experience comes with age meanwhile youngsters are more energetic. On the one hand, older people are highly experienced as they spend almost whole life in their profession
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with that knowledge and experience the aged ones can effectively manage to lead the individuals of organisation
,
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become good decision makers and problem solvers so, even in
highly
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high
pressure conditions they take quick decisions.
As a result
, they increased the productivity of the company.
Moreover
,
elder
advanced in years; ('aged' is pronounced as two syllables)
older
people are more responsible they know the importance and give priority to their work and finish it with given time limits in
this
way, teach their staff the importance of being responsible.
On the other hand
, youngsters tend to be stronger both physically and mentally, they are more energetic and can handle bigger responsibilities, work with flexibility even without caring for days and nights to complete their work.
Additionally
, younger people are more innovative and creative, they find newer and advanced ways to increase the holistic performance of the company.
For instance
, young manager can bring new advertising strategy which may help to increase the sales of the organisation. In conclusion, I
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both young and older people have their own contributions to the organisations. So, it will important for the company whenever they hire, they need to check the capability of the person not the age.
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