Next Generation Workforce
Just as leaders got used to managing their Millennial workforce, there is a new generation knocking on the doors of employers and training centers – iGen. Born between 1995 and 2012, the first of iGen (Sometimes called Gen Z) graduated from post-secondary education last spring. The techniques that worked to recruit, retain and manage Millennials won’t always work for iGen.
In this session, learn about intergenerational communication, engaging, recruiting and retaining iGen and Millennials.
Jean Marie Twenge is an American psychologist researching generational differences, including work values, life goals, and speed of development. She is a professor of psychology at San Diego State University, author, consultant, and public speaker. She has examined generational differences in work attitudes, life goals, developmental speed, sexual behavior, and religious commitment.