Why We Need to Stop Talking at Generation Z and Starting Listening
In about the year 1450, clergyman John Mirk coined the phrase that ‘children should be seen and not heard’. It’s a stretch to call the GenZers coming into the workforce ‘children’ but there’s still an echo in the modern workplace.
Look at most corporate websites and you will find plenty of images of those in their late teens and early twenties apparently having the time of their lives. Laughing with a colleague over a cellphone message, smiling encouragingly at a break-out meeting with Post-It notes, having a