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January 16th, 2024

Millennials and Gen Z in the Workplace

  1. Millennials and Gen Z in the Workplace Spring Richardson-Perry 28:16

Ready to shatter stereotypes and understand what truly drives the younger workforce? Dr. Jason Wiggins, an authority on multi-generational dynamics, joins us to reveal the surprising truths behind millennial and Gen Z professionals. Far from the lazy, tech-obsessed caricatures often presented, these generations are reshaping the landscape of productivity and work-life balance. As a millennial myself, I offer personal insights into the unique hurdles we've leaped over and the innovative ways we've turned technology into a formidable ally in the quest for efficiency.  We also tackle the profound shifts brought on by COVID-19, especially the new normal of remote and hybrid workspaces, and how Gen Z, in particular, is navigating this evolving terrain. Tune in for an episode that promises to equip business leaders with the knowledge to harness the strengths of a diverse, multi-generational team.

Spring Richardson-Perry The Spring Forward Podcast

With a wealth of experience in organizational effectiveness and career transition coaching, Spring excels in steering individuals and organizations towards their full potential. Beyond consulting, she's the voice behind The Spring Forward Podcast, a platform dedicated to fostering growth, sharing insights, and inspiring action among professionals and nonprofits alike. As a recognized thought leader, Spring blends strategic thinking with a passion for making a difference, ensuring every step you take is towards excellence. Join her as she helps you navigate the path to success and fulfillment, one empowering step at a time.

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