Don’t fall for lazy cultural “analysis” – it stands in the way of reaching anything like the right answer. For you, your company, your country. For anything.
Gen Z – people born 1996 to 2010 – are your future staff and future leaders. We’re just starting to hit the jobs market. Many companies don’t have a strategy for attracting, understanding and retaining us.
Don’t wait, get ahead.
WM 3 deals with the apparently tricky problem people face when trying to make generational points based on avocado toast
WM 2.2: Rock & a hard place is the second in a series on understanding younger employees’ confidence levels, how to boost them, retain people and improve performance
WM 2.1: Impostor is the first in a series on understanding younger employees’ confidence levels, how to boost them, retain people and improve performance
An assortment of things that grabbed us in the month of May. Enjoy.
Surely there’s a better way to capture a young spirit? Here’s a suggestion.
Stuff we spotted and threw in our newsletter
We stumbled across this welcome new addition to Hackney’s local press. Irreverent, amusing and on-the-money.
Dead. Dying. Outmoded. Androcentric. Useless. Unhelpful. At least that’s what some people think of the idea of being a ‘gentleman’.
It’s a notion that has been exercising us for some weeks. Scratch that – it always exercises us.