Talent is the lifeblood of any organisation. How we attract and engage Generation Y (those born between 1982-2004) may be the differentiator. They are likely to make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025, so this is serious!
I talk to Adam Kingl, global educator and author of the book “Next Generation Leadership” about how leaders can spot the signals and get ahead of the war for talent.
In this episode Adam will reveal some of the results of his research including the top three things that Generation Y look for in a working environment.
We also explore the importance of thinking expansively, how shared behaviours (culture) can make or break your recruitment of great talent and how the term ‘work life balance’ will make some people hurl and others genuinely excited about the future of work.