The workforce is changing. Driven by demographic shifts and the increasing digitization of work, companies are challenged with managing generationally diverse teams that are connecting with each other, and with organizations, in new ways. Leaders will need to create cultures that allow employees of all ages to perform at their best and encourage intergenerational learning and team working.
Millennials will be 75% of the global workforce by 2025. And this younger generation enters the workforce with different perspectives and expectations about how they should be managed and involved in the business.
In this webcast we will share new research on what Millennials value and how it differs from Baby Boomers and Generation X. We will also discuss different styles of leadership that you can use to effectively manage the different generations in your workforce, specifically covering the needs and expectations of Millennials and how you need to lead them in a way that unlocks the value and potential this generation can bring to your business.
Unfortunately, workforce planning is often assumed to be nothing more than headcount planning that is done to calculate how many new hires will be needed in the coming year. True strategic workforce planning gives leadership an understanding not ...