PIHRA Los Angeles
Gen Z in the Workplace
presented by Dr. Santor Nishizaki
& James DellaNeve
Generation Z (~ born between 1995-2012) began entering the workplace two years ago, making it the most recent generational cohort. This session will consider the characteristics among generational cohorts, including areas of differences and friction, and the implications for the workplace. To better understand Gen. Z, various factors that attribute to affect this group, such as childhood, parental practices, attitudes, and beliefs that shape their worldview.
Social media, Smartphones, and heavy technology usage have consumed thousands of hours of this group's time, causing many researchers to be concerned about potential technological addiction. This iPhone-connected lifestyle will translate to the workplace and has implications for both the Gen. Z employee and prospective employers, leaders and HR practitioners. Finally, recommendations for recruitment tactics, employee retention, and leadership will be suggested, based on our original survey data.
- Different generations in the workplace defined
- The evolution of Gen. Z and common traits
- The Impact of Technology on Gen. Z
- Generational Conflict Zone
- Tips to increase engagement in Gen. Z
- Recommendations for all generations
- Questions / Discussion
7:30am - 8:00am - Registration & Welcome
8:00am - 9:30am - Speaker Presentation
||Dr. Santor Nishizaki is Gallup-Certified StrengthsFinder Coach and the Founder and CEO of the Mulholland Consulting Group, LLC., whose mission is to help organizations increase generational awareness and create a happier workplace. His company specializes in coaching, training, and consulting organizations from the private and public sectors that are interested in growing their Millennial and Generation Z employment engagement, as well as strategic planning, team-building, interpersonal skills, and leadership development using a Gallup StrengthsFinder approach. Santor has published domestic and international articles about Millennials in the workplace, mentoring, and leadership and is currently writing a book (to be released this year) with James DellaNeve about working with Generation Z.
||James DellaNeve currently is the deployment leader for a $150M software project across multiple corporate divisions. He has had multiple positions along his career either forming new teams or departments as well as defining organizational strategies and structures to work across multiple divisions. He is called upon to lead Root Cause Corrective Actions engagements on troubled projects as well as consults on strategic initiatives. He’s an expert in large-scale software projects and Product Lifecycle Management. Since leading his first large software project some 20 years ago, he realized the importance of “Peopleware” and has always embraced Employee Involvement and Engagement to build his high-performance teams. In order to provide a theoretical foundation, he pursued a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership at Pepperdine University
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Online registration closes on Monday, September 16, 2019 at 8:00pm. Registrations after this date will only be taken onsite.
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