Hiring and managing Gen Z talent

The Invisible Crisis – Leadership’s Failure to Retain and Recruit Gen Z Talent

In the current fast-paced and ever-evolving business landscape, organizations face significant challenges in attracting and retaining younger employees (specifically, Gen Z and younger Millennials). While this generation possesses unique skills, perspectives, and hungers for opportunities, many leaders seem oblivious to the fact that they do not appeal to this talent pool. In this post, we’ll…

The coding behind AI generated content

Talking to AI-Generated Content

  Great writing is hard to find these days. And people have been taking shortcuts for years, with copywriting often falling to the lowest bidder. Now, here comes AI generated content. For those of you who are fearful of what AI does and can mean, here’s a blog post that I’ve co-written with Bing’s version…

Gen Z cake frosting

The Challenge of Workplace Culture & Gen Z Employees

The modern workplace is evolving rapidly, with a new generation of employees emerging. Millennials (born 1981-1996) and Gen Z (born 1997-2012) are the youngest generations in the workforce, and they present unique challenges for CEOs looking to attract, onboard, train, and retain top talent. These generations have very different expectations, values, and needs than previous…

Picture of a team of young people

Can you afford to lose your valuable employees?

  “Employees who are not engaged or who are actively disengaged cost the world $7.8 trillion in lost productivity, according to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace: 2022 Report.” Looking at marketing in particular, talent retention and access to expertise are big problems for many agencies and marketing departments (29% of those surveyed in the 2022 Marketing Report…