We’ve all heard the definition of culture a million times: a set of shared attitudes, values, and practices of a social group. But when applied to your organization’s goal to attract and lead early talent, this word transforms into something different: an opportunity.
The modern workforce is generationally diverse, no question about it. But how do we keep it that way? Learn how you can keep the workplace in a state that remains to be attractive to early talent. It all begins with culture. Learn how to facilitate the right attitudes, values, and practices with generations. As a result, positive change and innovation will be sought on every level.
Sounds easier said than done, right? Well, not necessarily.
Global Workforce Innovator Laura Goodrich and CEO, Author, and Researcher Sarah Sladek have figured out the strategies of creating a culture that attracts early talent through their extensive work and research in the corporate realm. Join these two industry professionals in Leading Early Talent: Creating a Next Generation Culture as they explain how to approach and fix culture problems in your organization to attract early talent and foster innovation.
Estimated Time To Complete
This is a spaced learning program where users watch a microlearning lesson once a week. The entire program can be done in two days to 45 days.
Sarah Sladek was leading the charge for organizations and companies to adapt to younger members and workers long before anybody else, launching one of the nation’s first and only generation-focused companies, XYZ University. Sarah is the author of five books including her latest, published by ASAE, “Talent Generation", which proves that it’s possible to create an organization designed to engage talent, and she provides audiences with the guidance to do it.
Sarah is an internationally sought-after speaker. Sarah Sladek’s work is not only pushing industries to take a risk, but embrace new leadership and talent. Her presentations express the importance of integrating new generations and audiences can feel the passion she has towards the topic.
Laura is an internationally recognized expert in change and the future of work. She has spent over twenty years as an innovator, speaker, coach, and advisor.
Laura has authored, hosted and produced ten internationally distributed cinematic microlearning programs for business and industry, she has hosted three television shows and a national radio program. She and her business partner are pioneer producers of Cinematic Microlearning programs that leverage film-making methods, coaching and storytelling into a designed process that drives true change.
Leveraging extensive experience as an entrepreneurial technology leader and global workforce change expert she is always looking for an innovative way to challenge the status quo.