Change…everywhere, every day.
Are you feeling the same? Are you struggling with the generational skills dilemma too?
There is little doubt that we are all challenged in the way we manage and plan our workforce of the future.
Yes, people are remaining in the workforce longer than they used to, but why we are all experiencing a growing shortage of skilled talent then?
The aging and declining workforce is a global phenomenon taking place in all industries and across traditional boundaries.
Generational differences, which have emerged over the last decade, are beginning to solidify and have lasting implications for the management of human capital. In addition, the rise of a new breed of self-employed “free agents” is injecting a volatile element into the mix, which is forcing employers to reassess the way they select, deploy and interact with staff.
How do we prepare ourselves for and manage these colliding and simultaneous trends? What are the keys to success as the workforce continues to evolve and generational differences escalate?
Last week the largest conference for HR Leaders took place in Las Vegas, and all of the aforementioned questions were on the agendas of HR leaders there.
Prior to this event I worked with some of my colleagues on a book, that was introduced to the HR community at the event.
“The Leadership Deficit”
covers several of the challenges HR is facing today and takes a closer look at the generational similarities and differences of today’s modern employee. To give you a snapshot we have summarized our thoughts in an Ebook, download your complimentary copy here
It explains why talent is dwindling, it discusses the challenges we are all facing, and it offers some suggestions for recruiting and retaining top talent across the generations.