Gen Z, which is usually defined as those born between 1997 and 2012, is expected to make up 27% of the workforce by 2025. And they’re coming into organizations led by people from older generations who already have well-formed biases and expectations about them (including Millennials).
In this episode, we focus on the younger perspective. What motivates them? What expectations do they have for the future? What expectations do they have for leadership, employers, and organizations? While earlier in their career, the youngest members of our organizations bring a different view of work and the world, one we can get value from if we listen with an intent to learn.
March 30, 2022
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New York Times article, The 37-Year-Olds Are Afraid of the 23-Year-Olds Who Work for Them
Pew Research Center: On the Cusp of Adulthood and Facing an Uncertain Future: What We Know About Gen Z So Far
Entrepreneur contributor article, What Leaders Get Wrong About Mental Health
Emma Rose has a diverse background in B2B marketing and sales, psychology, hospitality, and mental health and wellness. She is deeply passionate about what makes us […]Read more