The Next Generation
If you haven’t experienced the movement and shifts in the workplace brought to bear from Gen Y, I guarantee you will. According to some data, Gen Y will comprise 75% of the workforce. However, according to others they will account for 41.4%. What ever the exact number is, we should ask the question, Why is this important NOW?
It's important because these young people are electing not to join the corporate workforce, or they are leaving the corporate world in droves. Their greatest motivator is to work for a company where the work is meaningful, and they are valued for their contribution. They want to work for an organization that has a vision they can “grab hold of,” one with a story to tell. They want a stake in the game.
For these reasons and more, creating a compelling vision for your organization is not just “fluff;” it is critical to your future and the future of your workforce.
A Recipe for Success
Leading with Vision What’s Included
4-Week Online Intensive Plus...
It includes 6-8 hours of hands-on consulting, plus a camera-ready presentation document ready to present to lenders, investors, and your team.
This document does not purport to be a business plan, rather, it is an overview of where your business is today and what you envision for the future. The document ranges from 14-20 pages and contains the following information:
Top Five Most-Needed Competencies
in Next-Generation Leaders
- Ability to create a vision and engage others around it
- Ability to attract, develop, and retain the quality of talent needed to achieve the business objectives
- Ability to inspire
- Ability to deliver results/results-oriented
- Ability to manage the stress and demand of the real-time overloaded leadership environment
I am committed to working with you to develop a Vision that is “heartfelt” and resonates with your current and emerging Gen Y workforce. Together, we'll ensure that the Vision covers every one of the Top Five Competencies listed here.