By 2028, two thirds (67%) of Australia’s workforce will be made up of Gen Z and Gen Y.
– McCRINDLE RESEARCH
Generational intelligence is critical for any leader who wants to motivate and inspire people of all ages. Leaders with high GQ move beyond simplistic stereotypes where “all millennials are lazy and self-entitled” or “Gen Xers are just cynical and angry”.
Rather, high GQ leaders understand their own set of values, preferred leadership and communication styles and adapt when relating to people from other generations. These leaders draw out the passion, purpose and specialised skills instilled in each generation to create energised and effective inter-generational teams.
The Future Leader specialises in Generational Intelligence, especially in understanding, motivating and retaining Gen Z and Gen Y in the workplace.