Learn about their needs, work styles and why they are different than Millennial's.
During This Virtual Workshop You Will Learn
Gen Z, born between 1996 - 2012, are entering the workplace. Before you assume that they are exactly like their Millennial predecessors, take an opportunity to understand who this co-hort group is and what they seek in their work. Aligned with the Great Generation in their thinking styles, Gen Z are anticipated to be key disruptors to the marketplace.
Who is Gen Z & why should I care?
What influencers have shaped this generation?
Macro Trends that are influencing their thinking framework
What this co-hort group desires most out of their work
What you need to attract, recruit & retain a Gen Z employee
Leading & managing a generation of entrepreneurial thinkers
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Jen Kelchner is the founder of LDR21 and is a thought leader in Open mindsets for leadership and organizational models. She is a founding member of the Forbes Coaches Council, is a Forbes contributor, writes a monthly column for Red Hat’s blog Opensource, sits on Red Hat's Open Organization Ambassador team, and is a Deloitte alumna.
Jen is also the author of the book “Generation Open: viewing the multi-generational workforce through a new lens” releasing Summer 2017. Connect with Jen on Twitter & LinkedIn.
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* Who is Gen Z & why should I care? * What influencers have shaped this generation?
* Macro Trends that are influencing their thinking framework
* What this co-hort group desires most out of their work
* What you need to attract, recruit & retain a Gen Z employee
* Leading & managing a generation of entrepreneurial thinkers