In this breakfast seminar, Kelly shares her ground-breaking research into generational differences in the business environment. Her research pinpoints the attitudes and assumptions that make each generation unique, understanding the factors that shape our lifelong attitudes to career, employment and engagement – from what we are willing to offer our employer to the deal we expect in return. We will look behind the current headlines on intergenerational conflict, with insights into what motivates the never had it so good Baby Boomer cohort heading towards the end of their careers, through to the expectations of never had it at all Gen Z youngsters now at the start of their working lives. You can complete our short self-assessment tool to work out what generation you are in and explore your own attitude towards work and your employer.
Who’s going to find this Breakfast Briefing particularly interesting?
- HR and internal communications professionals
- Managers of multi-generational teams
- Senior managers keen to create the work and reward packages that will encourage the next generation of Cambridge innovators
What to expect
This session will start promptly at 8.15am. Kelly will cover pertinent points from the research and people will then break into groups and discuss their individual experiences and the implications for working with people across the generations. Conclusions will be drawn from each group supported by tips to take away to try in your next team or customer meeting.
- 08:00 Registration and networking over coffee & bacon rolls
- 08:15 Speaker: Kelly Drewery
- 09:45 Further networking
- 10:00 Event closes
Please book with the Cambridge Network team.