Jonah and David Stillman
This father-son Gen Xer-Gen Zer duo introduces audiences to Generation Z, the trends that define this new generation, and what business leaders need to know to prepare as they enter the workforce and the marketplace.
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David Stillman and Jonah Stillman take audiences into the collective conscious of the next generation of workers – Gen Z – and share powerful insights on how they will impact America.
David is a nationally recognized generations expert and coauthor of the best-sellers When Generations Collide and the M-Factor: How the Millennial Generation is Rocking the Workplace. Jonah, his teenage son, is the voice of the next influential demographic group to join the workforce – Generation Z – born between 1995 and 2012 and representing 72.8 million of the U.S. population.
Together, David and Jonah form the first father-son Gen X-Gen Z speaking duo, and share their combined knowledge of this new powerhouse generation that is starting to hit the workforce and marketplace. Their new book, Gen Z @ Work: How the Next Generation Is Transforming the Workplace, is a ground-breaking account of how the next generation of workers will impact the future of business.
Based on the first national study of Gen Z, David and Jonah shed new light on these workforce newcomers and what makes them tick. The pair translates these findings into breakthrough insights on what makes this demo group unique, and how to best recruit, retain, and manage this influential generation of workers.Father & Son Gen X / Gen Z Speaking Team
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