By Catrin Lewis, Head of Global Engagement
What motivates you at work may not motivate the person sitting next to you. Think about the people who work at your organisation – you likely have a diverse group with different expectations, goals and preferences.
We now have four distinct generations working together at the same time – baby boomers, Gen-X, millennials and Gen-Z. And they all make a difference in helping your company reach its goals and pave the way to success. It’s our job to engage four different generations at work, including Gen-Z, the latest to enter the workforce.
So how do you go about motivating this new face in the workplace, in addition to your existing employees?
Click here to reveal five strategies to add to your toolkit.