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.
There’s no doubt that we’re living in a unique time, a time when people are reporting increasing feelings of isolation, loneliness, and frustration. For many, work is a respite from the difficulties of the greater world, but it can also be a source of stress. How can leaders communicate with their employees to bring them into the fold rather than push them out?
Just a few years ago, leaders could hold a company retreat, bringing everyone together in person. But today, people are working in different environments and from different places. In this environment, inclusive communication is essential. Not only do company leaders need to tell employees what’s going on, but they also need to make sure their leadership & communication style bring everybody in and leave nobody out.
In this executive brief, which is based on a Poppulo Bootcamp Presentation by René Carayol MBE, an Executive Coach and CEO Advisor, we explore how leaders can create an inclusive culture for their employees through the use of inclusive communication.
René Carayol MBE
Leadership Speaker and Advisor to CEOs
Head of Content at Poppulo
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