Five generations now work alongside each other. Accommodating the different expectations and demands from each group is no small task.
As the demographics shift and millennials and Gen Z together begin to outnumber the other groups, it is increasingly evident that companies need to restructure their learning opportunities to better align to this disparate group. The themes that we will discuss are;
-The shape of the new career path
-Self-directed career pathing
-Define your organisational needs and areas of future growth
-Digital tools to support your process
-How to measure organisational progress
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