What Millennials & Gen Z want — and what companies can do to keep them
Faced with record levels of employee turnover, companies are scrambling to confront The Great Resignation.
Many IC people believe they are perceived as not adding value, that they don’t have enough time to be more strategic, they’re too much ‘in the weeds’ and their roles are reactive rather than strategic. In Jim Shaffer's webinar with Poppulo, he simplified what can too often seem too complex, easing through how to break down those perceptions and use opportunities to add provable value. We've taken the wonderful insights and some of the fascinating real-life case studies to create what we believe is a very useful tip sheet for IC people – and senior leaders.
Jim is an internationally recognized business advisor, leadership coach, author, speaker and leader of the Jim Shaffer Group. He focuses on improving business performance and managing large scale organizational change.
He helps business leaders significantly improve and sustain operating and financial performance while achieving exceptional ROI. His book, The Leadership Solution, became a classic treatise on leadership and performance. Hailed by leading CEOs as “invaluable for someone wanting to lead an organization into the future,” The Leadership Solution has been frequently listed as one of the top “must have” business books on leadership, change management, communication and creating high performance through people.
Head of Content at Poppulo
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