Scoot over millennials; a new wave of future leaders is entering the workplace. The youngest members of the millennial generation are now 26 years old. That means most entry-level positions are being filled with Gen Z minds that are eager to launch their careers.
Is your organization ready to prepare the next generation of leaders?
Like the generations before them, members of Gen Z are ambitious, disruptive and ready to make a change for the better in their communities and workplaces. But their outlook on life and work will be distinctly different than older generations. For most Gen Z workers, their professional career has been disrupted and defined by pandemic protocols. Gen Z is also eager to utilize cutting-edge technology with 91% of Gen Z workers citing cutting-edge technology as a factor when choosing a job.
For your organization to capture their best traits, you’ll need to prepare them to develop their skills and unique interests into high-quality leadership.
Join us on May 25 at 2 p.m. ET and find out what your organization needs to know about developing Gen Z leaders.
In this live webinar hosted by podcaster, speaker, and business advisor Jennifer McClure and CareerPoint Founder and CEO Steve McIntosh, you’ll learn how to identify future leaders in your organization and how to prepare them to flourish in leadership roles.
Key takeaways include:
• Learn how Gen Z professionals differ from Millennial professionals
• Identify key traits to look out for in future leaders
• Determine how to help young professionals upskill in your organization