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What really matters when communicating with Millennials and Gen Z
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

What really matters when communicating with Millennials and Gen Z

About this Webinar

Deloitte’s 2020 Global Millennial Survey* found that Millennials & Gen Z feel a growing sense of responsibility to drive the change they want to see in the world. With 75% of survey respondents looking for organizations that share their environmental and societal commitments, this trend has profound implications for talent acquisition and retention. And Communications will be at the very core on how organizations and leaders address this challenge.

To help you with this challenge, join Gihan Hyde, Founder & CEO of Communique, and Paul Brown, Founder & CEO of Bol Foods, where you’ll learn:

  • Why communicating with Millennials & Gen Z is different
  • How you can change your communications to take advantage of these differences
  • What this means for your overall communication strategy in order to keep ALL employees engaged.

*The 2020 report consists of two parts: a “primary” survey of 18,426 millennials and Gen Zs across 43 countries conducted between November 2019 and early January 2020, and a “pulse” survey of 9,102 individuals over 13 countries taken between April and May of 2020 in the midst of the worldwide pandemic.

Speakers

Gihan Hyde

Gihan Hyde

CEO & Founder

Paul Brown

Paul Brown

Founder & CEO

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