Proven Track Record
When I was 4, my brother left for college. He’s a Boomer. I’m a Gen Xer. Our relationship was my first introduction to generational differences.
As I moved into young adulthood, I took on a leadership roles and was often the youngest person in the room. I struggled to be taken seriously, and began to wonder: do the voices of young people matter?
At the time, young people were being dismissed as “slackers”. I decided to do something about it.
In 2002, I started XYZ University to help organizations understand and engage the current workforce majority — Generations X, Y, and Z — and build successful multi-generational teams.
For 20 years, this has been our company’s sole mission and vision.
The future of work is collaborative and inclusive. It’s innovative and inspiring, and the most successful organizations will put people first and stay future focused.
If the future is where you want your organization to be, contact us. We’ll get you there.