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Gen Z at Work

Are you ready?

Generation Z (born between 1995 and 2010) are just beginning to transit from education into the workforce.  Currently they comprise 9 percent of the workforce; by 2026 they will comprise 32 percent, while baby boomers will shrink to 8 percent, Gen X to 28 percent and Gen Y to 33 percent.  The ageing populating and changed expectations and attitudes to work has been a sudden awakening for many organisations.  Whilst Millenials (Gen Y) are similar, Gen Z is extremely mobile.  They are also digital, global, visual and social.  They bring different attitudes and expectations to work.   Attracting, recruiting, engaging and managing the new generation is a key issue for employers today.    By better understanding Gen Z you can better shape your workplace. What we do know is a business as usual approach won't work.  Employers  need to change the way they do things.

Is your organisation Gen Z ready?  You may be suprised by the answers to the following.... 

Why should you pay attention to Gen Z?
What makes Gen Z different?
Do you know how Gen Z prefer to communicate?
What motivates Gen Z at work?


We will bust some myths about Gen Z.  Participants will:

  • Understand the attitudes and expectations  of Gen Z compared to other generations in the workforce
  • How to make your organisation more Gen Z friendly
  • Go away with strategies to build a culture that attracts and inspires Gen Z to give their best
  • Leadership that supports, empowers and engages Gen Z
  • Get top tips to adapt traditional attraction and recruitment practices to tap into the Gen Z talent pool
  • Know how to  adapt their practices to a  5 Generation workplace
  • The influence and impact of the digital disruption
  • What the future workplace might look like
Who will benefit:

Senior leaders, Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders

Length of workshop

One day

Check out my article in Management Magazine about Gen Z

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