For companies waiting for the tough times to get going, now is the perfect time to reflect on the cultural beliefs that engage Gen Y, especially those empowered by passion and a sense of purpose to tackle the larger global issues.
A crisis provides a great opportunity to innovate. As a follow-up to my last interview with Gavin Hollett, Gen Y Duncan Penn describes radical transparency as the way to engage his generation, the frustrations of not having information when you want it and the emergent role of Gen Y-run non-profits as vehicles for corporate marketing dollars.
For companies waiting for the tough times to get going, now is the perfect time to reflect on the cultural beliefs that engage talent, especially talent empowered by passion and a sense of purpose to tackle the larger global issues.
The Evolutionary Provocateur bi-monthly show is for executives, managers, and supervisors (OR for leaders at all levels) who have noticed that it is not what you know but who you are that has the biggest impact.
Dawna Jones, the show's host, believes that by raising awareness and understanding we can make a quantum leap to a new level of innovation in business - but it has to be done collectively.
What better way to do it than by provoking the evolution of how you see yourself and your role!
Find out more about Dawna at www.FromInsightToAction.com