The Future Of Work: Understanding And Overcoming Disruptions Caused By Technology And The Younger Generations
The Future of Work will help you understand two of the biggest pains organizations everywhere are feeling; recruiting and retaining top talent. Millennials and Generation Z are the two largest generations in history and they are the present and future employee for many years to come. Stefanie will share how the technological advances paralleling their youth years have created both today’s employer headaches and successes. All you need to bring is an open mind and you’ll leave having clearly identified the gaps in your business that could be keeping you from employing and keeping the best talent available. What to expect:
- Discussion on the impact of an unprecedented rate of technological change has had on today’s employee.
- Understand how to overcome the 3 barriers to the employee’s success: Their obsession with comparison, their need for instant results, and their struggle to feel fulfilled.
- Learn what the most successful workplaces are doing differently.
Speaker: Stefanie Jackson, President & Generational Expert, Stefanie Jackson Consulting
Stefanie Jackson is a motivational speaker and generational leadership expert. Stefanie has spent 15 years building teams and educating leaders on the changes in today’s workforce. She is both an entrepreneur and millennial herself, so she knows first-hand how recruitment and retention have been disrupted by millennials and generation z. Stefanie’s love of research and her experiences have provided her with valuable knowledge that can be used to get leaders bought in and capable of driving transformation in their businesses.
As a sought-after speaker and facilitator, she’s been spotlighted in Columbus CEO Magazine, Salon Today Magazine, and The Metropreneur, for her innovative ways on recruiting and retaining the youngest generations in the workforce, and how to build connections between multi-generational teams and their leaders.
Stefanie is a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she has served on multiple committees. She is a board member for the Prairie Community Fund, and a mentor with the Young Entrepreneurs Academy. Stefanie lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband, two young sons, and giant dog.