Gen Z is entering the workforce right now and their perspective, needs, talents, and abilities will transform the workplace. In this episode, Gen-Z expert Josh Packard, Ph.D. shares his latest research on how you can attract, retain, and lead this generation and why doing this well will improve your team’s performance, relevance, and credibility.
Leading Gen Z
Start with defining terms here when we’re talking about this generation that’s emerging and the research. Who are we talking about?
Gen Z is more diverse, ethnically and racially and on track to be better educated than any previous generation. And they’re not gonna stay in one career. They’re likely to change jobs, even industries, nearly a dozen times in their working life.
Why it goes further to position yourself as a leader and not as somebody who necessarily has all the answers, but as somebody who’s willing to walk alongside and help them figure it out.
The benefits and necessity of turning employees into advocates of your organization.
Mentorship, meaning, and growth for the entry-level Gen Zs in the workforce.
The problem that presents itself right now is how do you recruit, attract and retain a talented workforce?
How to repair the erosion of trust we’re seeing in Gen Z and what the implications are.
Learn to create commonality, take responsibility, own things when they go wrong, and learn the lesson.
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