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Engaging the Younger Workforce Generation
One of the fastest growing leadership challenges is knowing how to engage, grow and develop a changing and diverse workforce.
As the youngest generation enters the workplace, a more flexible management approach is required to address the varying strengths, attributes and drivers of this generation.
I am referring specifically to Generation Z.
The Gen Z’s are post Millennials (Gen Y’s) and are commonly referred to as digital natives. They are born between 1996 and 2010 and are currently aged between 9-24.
We look at the potential impact this generation will have on your business and team culture by considering recruitment methods, communication, retention and engagement strategies to fulfill workplace job expectations.
This generation comes with their own unique attitudes, behaviours and characteristics that differ from other generations. Knowing what makes Gen Z’s different will allow you to adapt new strategies and blend the various generations into your business.
Hiring and Holding the Gen Z Workforce
Discover insights into Gen Z career goals and understand their thinking on issues like diversity, technology and benefits
It's More Than Free Wifi and Bean Bags
Distinguish the myths protrayed in the media and look at what actually motivates, drives and engages the latest generation
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“Our team recently undertook the eDisc workshop with Carla and I cannot recommend it highly enough. The eDisc Profiling allowed our staff to not only have better understanding of their own behaviour style and the behaviour styles of their client base, but also that of their colleagues. This has assisted with smoother communication within the team and brought us closer together with a better understanding of how to interact with each other on a day to day basis. We are now well equipped to provide our clients with relevant information in the most appropriate format for their needs, thus making their transactions more personal and targeted towards their individual personality rather than a bulk approach. If you are looking for a way to increase team morale and whilst having the opportunity to learn how to offer your clients a higher level of service, then this is for you. I would highly recommend completing the eDisc Workshop with Carla. You will not be disappointed.”
Megan Rovers, Director Armstrong Real Estate
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Joe Crosbie, Board Chair Lifeline Geelong
In most businesses today increasing numbers of leaders are faced with the challenge of balancing the various needs, views and work styles across multiple employee generations.
For the first time in history, we have five generations in the workplace – the Silent Generation (1925-1945), the Baby Boomers (1946-1964), the Gen Xers (1965-1980), the Millennials (1981-1995) and now the Gen Z’s (1996-2010) all working side by side.
The latest arrival of the Gen Z’s in the workplace has created a generational clash of values, attitudes and expectations, and the traditional leadership approaches have become limited in their effect. How to address the arrival of the Gen Z workforce, and effectively close the generation gap, are two of the most sought after questions being asked.
Learn how to adapt to the Gen Z talent pool and future proof your business and culture. Discover the options and programs available to you and I look forward to connecting with you soon.
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