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The future belongs to Gen Z. Businesses will need to know how to appeal to the new target market to ensure their success. How Gen Z thinks and what they want, are greatly different from previous generations. Gen Z is more climate conscious, politically aware, and conscious of the effect that they have on the environment.
If you want to appeal to the customers of the future, what do you need to do? Generations speakers help you learn the difference between older and newer generations. You'll learn more about what you can expect from customers of the future. They are digital natives and they do more online shopping than any previous generation. They want customer based communication and value good customer service.
So understanding their consumer behaviors and adapting your products and services to their needs will be crucial. You'll also learn how you can start making changes in your business now, to meet the needs of the new generation. Generations speakers can help people and businesses with understanding customers Gen Z. They can also provide insights for gen z employees.
Remember, not only are Gen Z the customers of tomorrow, but they are also the employees of tomorrow. This means that businesses need to learn more about Gen Z workplace expectations. This will help them create work environments that can attract and retain the best talents of the future. They are entering the workforce as digital natives and their characteristics are shaping the future of work.
Generations speakers are knowledgeable on the future customers trends, on Gen Z in the workplace, and more. Businesses that want to meet the needs of the new generation can benefit from learning all about Gen Z.
How does the new generation think? What are their expectations? What kind of employees are they expected to be? What kind of customers are they likely to be?
Mold your business to meet the needs of the future, with the help of generations speakers. But who are the generations speakers that you should hire? Here are five generations speakers for you to consider:
Deborah is an entrepreneur, a strategist, an advisor, and the former PepsiCo SVP. She aims to help businesses thrive, even in complex cultural environments. She helps businesses learn about diversity, leadership, and talent engagement. She has served in the World Bank Group and has also found herself appointed to the National Women's Business Council.
She established the Rosado Shaw Group and has previously served as the SVP, Global Diversity & Engagement at PepsiCo. Through her talks, she has spoken on winning in a new era of diversity, success strategies for women, exploring Hispanic heritage, and more. Learn how the new generation will affect the future of businesses, from Deborah.
Evrim is a generational researcher, as well as a well known author. She has a BA in English Language and Literature from Hacettepe University. She also has an Executive MBA degree from Sabanci University. At Harvard Business School, she would study the culture of innovation and design thinking.
Since the year 2000, Evrim has been working on generational research. She has studied organizational attractiveness, and has also participated in reverse mentoring programs.
Evrim Kuran has also worked as a consultant for local and global brands. She is also one of the founding members of the YetCen Coop. This is an organization that helps the youth develop skills needed to succeed in the modern age. She also teaches diversity, equity and inclusion at Mef University.
Aside from her role as a consultant, she is also well known as a keynote speaker, as well as a columnist. Through her talks, she has spoken on y-z generations and organizational attractiveness, on the generational mix in organizations, on new generations and new world learning, and more.
Hayley is an inclusion thought leader as well as a diversity consultant. When she was just 23, she rose to become the General Manager of Sir Chay Blyth's 'Challenge Business'.
When she turned 26, she would receive a directorship from an Anglo-French business. She has since gone on to found three companies for herself. At present, she is the Non-Executive Director of YHA. She is also the CEO of Mix Diversity Developers.
Hayley Barnard is a professional speaker, a media commentator as well as a consultant. She speaks on workplaces that are gender balanced, the importance of inclusive leadership, as well as cross cultural leadership.
She has found herself tackling issues related to unconscious biases, as well as inclusiveness. She approaches these problems with humor, especially in her talks. She has spoken on inclusive recruitment, practical inclusive leadership, D and I in marketing, and more.
Mimi is a marketing strategist, a podcaster, as well as a best selling author. She wrote 'Softening The Edge' which went on to become an international bestseller.
She is also the founder of www.EmpathyEverywhere.co. This is the first organizational empathy platform created anywhere in the world. She has worked as a creative strategist as well as a consultant, an organizational coach, as well as a keynote speaker.
For over fifteen years, she worked across the globe. Her clients included multinational companies as well as Fortune 500 companies. Her specialty is organizational empathy as well as understanding.
Mimi Nicklin helps businesses learn about the need for workplace social intelligence, generational gaps, and how to prepare for the future. Her talks have been about the generational divide, brand journalism, connectivity in hybrid teams, and more.
Will is a behavioral futurist, as well as the founder of Next Big Thing. His mission is to help brands not just anticipate, but also monetize the new needs of the consumer. He helps them understand the relation between consumer spending and customer experience.
He helps businesses learn about consumer expectations and behavior, as well as with identifying opportunities for success. His business Next Big Thing is a strategic consulting firm.
Will Higham clients include Amazon, Sainsbury's, HSBC, BBC, Walt Disney, and more. He has written a book for trend strategists 'The Next Big Thing: Forecasting Consumer Trends For Profit'. This book has been translated in over five languages.
His talks have been about customers and the technology of tomorrow. He also talks about how to win the loyalty of the customers of tomorrow, and more.
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