Wednesday | 3:45 PM
Paradigm-breaking leaders who want to maximize worker health and productivity through training
Your organization has a quickly growing number of Generation Z on staff who are 26 years old or younger. These younger Americans exhibit several different characteristics from their colleague Millennial, Gen X, and Baby Boomer cohorts. Generation Z has strong distinctives about how they experience education, learning, and on the job training – with important implications for how we design and implement training for this new generation of cross-cultural workers.
Join us as we’ll explore specific practices that will raise the bar on the training you are providing for the newest members of your organization.