Seventy-five percent of the 2025 global workforce will be Millennials and Generation Z. For organizations with a growing Millennial workforce, it’s critical to re-engage Millennials in order to avoid the high recruiting, training and productivity costs associated with employee disengagement.
With a workforce that is 80 percent Millennials, VaynerMedia–the full-service digital agency founded by Gary Vaynerchuk–believes creating more company heart is the solution to better engage their 600+ Millennial employees.
Like any startup founder, podcasters have to identify a need, a minimally viable product and — the hardest part — a source of money.
When we think about entrepreneurs, we often think about people who have risked everything — an established career, financial security and personal relationships — to build and monetize a hip new startup. But startup founders are not the only entrepreneurs risking stability in favor of the unknown.
How many times have you said to yourself, “If only I had 36 hours in a day, I’d get everything done”? Or maybe “My to-do list never gets shorter”? For most top-performing entrepreneurs in major leadership roles, this self-criticism can come up frequently and ironically make us even less productive. Yet very few tackle their organization skills head-on to actively develop habits that will allow them not only to complete their daily to-do list, but to get ahead in a significant way.
Those born from 1982 onward are hot commodities for executives born much, much earlier. Here’s why reverse mentoring is hot.
The world of mentorship poses many questions. Like how do you find the right mentor? Or how can you be an outstanding mentor? Or even how can you be the kind of mentee that mentors love to work with?
Here’s a new one: Who are the hottest coaches and mentors for boomer executives these days?
It’s not the $500 per hour kind. It’s the kind down the hall from your office with their AirPods in.
So how can you grow your audience, increase brand awareness and turn online users into leads without spending a fortune in this new age of Gen Z digital native buying power? Make it easy for the younger audience to engage.
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Millennials and Gen Z are taking over the boardroom. Their purchasing power and influence is growing and in order for corporations to succeed they must get familiar with the demographic.
There is growing intergenerational convergence around the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues affecting organizations. Millennials, born 1980 to 1995, recently became the largest segment of the U.S. labor market at 34%, and greatest share of the U.S. population (24%). Gen Z, born after 1996, is growing both in numbers (21% of U.S. population) and consumer market importance. By contrast, key senior management decision-makers and corporate board members tend to be from those groups born before 1980 – Baby Boomers, born 1946 to 1964 (22% of U.S.), and Gen Z, born 1965 to 1980 (21%).
Looking to make your next move? Learn why millennials are mixing personal with professional when choosing their next business partner.
For my Dad’s generation, personal and professional were two distinct categories that didn’t mix.
But it doesn’t look this way anymore for millennials—we’re preferring to integrate all areas of our life, resulting in successful business collaborations with trusted friends and more time spent with those we love.
A graduate of New York University, Frankel didn’t know what she was going to do in life until her late 30s, “and I still don’t even know,” she said on an episode of Business Insider’s podcast ” This Is Success ” (formerly “Success! How I Did It”).
Drift thrives by acting less like a software company and more like a reality TV show. Here’s how to follow their lead.
“Every sales rep is going to tell me that their thing is faster, it’s better, it’s easier to use, so I don’t know who to trust. So as a company you really only have one choice to compete today. That’s to be real, it’s to be authentic, to be human.”
Whatever they believe, they can achieve… As long as they develop the right mindset, surround themselves with mentors and work hard.