Organizations today face the challenge of recruiting and retaining younger employees while being able to leverage flexible work arrangements. This requires leaders who possess the right competencies to engage employees in a mobile or distributed work environment.
This session will provide you with the keys to attracting and retaining Millennials and Gen Zs through harnessing the power of workplace flexibility, leveraging assessment tools and training to remain at the forefront of talent engagement.
Our speakers explore Millennials’ desire for flexible work arrangements and share new Canadian research on Gen Zs and how employee expectations continue towards greater mobility. You will learn current trends and challenges organizations face in creating engagement and driving mobile workplace performance. You will gain insights into the human dynamics of distributed leadership and teamwork.
Come learn from two of Canada’s top experts in workplace mobility and generational research.
By attending, you will walk away with:
A deeper knowledge of why mobility and flexibility matter to Millennials and how to increase flexibility
New Canadian research on Gen Zs and what they expect of employers regarding their preferred work style and mobility options
A better understanding of workplace mobility environments and psychometric assessments tailored to distributed employees, teams, and leaders
Tips for how to support leaders in embracing flexibility in order to attract and retain top performing employees
A draw will be made at the event for 3 complimentary copies of n-gen’s Gen Z whitepaper and 3 Distributed Work Profiler assessments from Work EvOHlution
Giselle Kovary, M.A.
Has been researching how generational differences impact workplace engagement and performance for 16 years
Authored 2 books & conducted Canada’s first national survey on Gen Z
Worked with 15 of the top Fortune 500 companies globally
More than 60,000 people worldwide have attended an n-gen workshop or presentation
CTV News Channel panellist on Mind the Gap
Regularly interviewed on radio and television and quoted in national media
Holds a master’s degree in Communication Studies from the University of Windsor
Dr. Laura Hambley, Ph.D., R. Psych.
A senior consultant, Industrial/Organizational Psychologist, and entrepreneur with over 15 years of related experience
Founding partner of Work EvOHlution, Leadership Success Group, and co-founder of Canada Career Counselling
Has an extensive research and publishing background on the critical success factors for effectively leading distributed teams, including co-authoring the book Growing the Virtual Workplace(2007)
Chosen as a Distinctive Woman of Canada in 2014 and a Canadian Women of Inspiration(Global Influencer) in 2018
Has developed and delivered seminars on distributed teams and distance leadership delivered to organizations globally
Frequently involved in local, national, and international media engagements
Holds a PhD in Industrial / Organizational psychology from the University of Calgary, specializing in the human dynamics of distributed leadership and teamwork
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