Thursday, November 6, 2014
2:00 pm EST | 1:00 pm CST | 12:00 pm MST | 11:00 am PST
Generation Z represents 23 million Americans born between 1994 and 2010. How can we relate to these upcoming members of the workforce?
Join us on November 6, 2014, for a complimentary webinar as Dan Schawbel, best selling author and Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and consulting firm, shares the results and insights from his global research on Generation Z, the next generation of worker!
Gen Z represents 23 million Americans born between 1994 and 2010. Having grown up post 9/11, in the wake of the great recession, and always connected online, Generation Z is an emerging group that your entire company needs to understand. Now entering the workforce, Gen Z has different expectations, behaviors and needs from employers.
Career Partners International is pleased to provide this complimentary one-hour webinar to our clients and guests around the world.
Dan authored Promote Yourself: The New Rules For Career Success (St. Martin's Press) and the #1 international bestselling book, Me 2.0: 4 Steps to Building Your Future (Kaplan Publishing), which combined have been translated into 15 languages. He is a columnist at both TIME and FORBES, and has been featured in over 1,000 media outlets. He's spoken at Google, NBC Universal, McGraw-Hill, Oracle, Harvard Business School, MIT, Time Warner, IBM, and CitiGroup. Dan was named to the Inc. Magazine 30 Under 30 List in 2010, the Forbes Magazine 30 Under 30 List in 2012, and BusinessWeek cites him as someone entrepreneurs should follow. Dan is also a Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and consulting firm.
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