In the 20th century the economy was fueled by natural resources and structured by hierarchy.
In the 21st century, our economy is fueled by talent – knowledge, ideas, and innovation.
Too few organizations have shifted away from 20th century workforce practices, and with a 21st century generation now composing the majority of the workforce, employee turnover has accelerated and the workforce crisis has worsened.
In 2017, XYZ University’s CEO, Sarah Sladek, authored Talent Generation: How Visionary Organizations Are Redefining Work and Achieving Greater Success after spending a few years studying the shared traits of the most successful organizations in existence today – each boasting exceptional employee engagement.
We’re drawing upon this latest employee research and combining it with our years of experience advising organizations on how to bridge generation gaps, to deliver high-impact employee engagement and workforce training programs.
Measure employee engagement and experience
Review with a demographic lens to identify gaps
Facilitate a stakeholder retreat to gather insights and determine team vision
Present customized training to address workforce needs
Improve employee engagement, teamwork, morale, and productivity
Future-proof company’s workforce