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Let's talk about Gen Z and Artificial Intelligence and the awesome set of speakers we have to highlight for you this May.
Father-son multi-generational speaking team
David and Jonah aren’t your typical father and son. They’ve authored a book together (Gen Z @ Work) and were voted in the top 25 most influential speakers and authors by Success Magazine in 2018. This dynamic duo specializes in generational differences.
David is Gen X and for more than 20 years has been an internationally acclaimed speaker and author in the generational conversation. In addition to the publication with Jonah, David has co-authored two best-selling books: When Generations Collide and The M-Factor: How the Millennial Generation Is Rocking the Workplace.
Jonah, a 2017 high school graduate, is Gen Z. He spent 10 years competing on the national U.S. circuit in snowboarding, making it to the top 5 in the U.S. before deciding to work with his dad and pursue entrepreneurship. Jonah and a team of peers conducted one of the first national surveys about Gen Z’s workplace attitudes and that ignited his interest in keeping the dialogue going.
Together, through their research, writing, consulting, and speaking they are helping today’s leaders connect with each generation, whether it’s employees, voters, donors, students, or customers. Customizable keynotes and workshops include:
The Generations in a New WorldAn uplifting, high-energy conversation about what has changed, what has not, and how to plot the best path forward. Are You Ready for Gen Z? Laugh, think, and be ahead of the curve with the results from three national surveys, case studies, and interviews with hundreds of CEOs about what makes Gen Z unique and what leaders need to know. Take 5: Traditionalists, Boomers, Xers, Millennials, and now Gen Z! For the first time in history, we have five generations in the workplace and marketplace. That sets the stage for this energizing, fresh, informative, and funny look at what it takes to connect with each generation, what each needs to be successful, and how to identify multi-generational gaps in your strategies and navigate minefields to connect with each generation. Millennials vs. Gen Z News flash! Gen Z and Millennials are nothing alike! Millennials have a collaborative nature; Gen Z have a competitive drive. David and Jonah will unpack the key differences between them and highlight areas the generations will click and clash./p>