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Who it's for:
Senior Executives, CEOs and Founders, Rising Executives, Leaders hiring and managing multigenerational talent
What you'll learn:
The Gen Y/Z talent dilemma and leadership crises in the making. Boomers and Xers worked their assess off to achieve, achieve, achieve. Long hours. Missed birthdays. Broken marriages/families. Poor health. The consequences for many have been significant. Gen Y aren't going to do it anymore, and Z's aren't even willing to start. They expect completely different things from work, including: fulfillment, alignment with purpose and values, impact in the company and in the world. They expect business to be a force for good, and sustainable. They want to be appreciated. They want growth opportunities. And they want deep connection with their peers and team. Yet, they don't want to go into the office often, if ever, and they want a 35-40 hour a week. And what of the business who say's "No", come to the office, work hard, pay your dues, etc? Well, switching jobs is as easy as shipping back your old lap top and receiving a new one in the mail. You don't even need to leave your couch. Or you can join the "quiet quitting" movement, and just disengage. So how do leaders resolve this dilemma?
Christine Heckart is a 30 year veteran of the technology industry, former CEO, and sitting public and private board member, specializing in new product, category and market creation. In 2021, Christine founded Xapa, the world's first positivity platform designed to help people create and live their best life, personally and professionally.
Coco is founder and CEO of Athena Alliance. Prior to her current roles, Coco served as President, COO, and Board Director of Taos, a market leader in IT Services serving hundreds of F1000 companies, including Apple, Cisco, ebay, Facebook, and Silicon Valley Bank. Coco brings rich experience across F1000 companies, start-ups, and nonprofits in the roles of CEO, COO, advisor, and Board member to Athena. She possesses a unique understanding of the breadth of challenges and opportunities of leadership. She empowers leaders to execute successfully, working with them to develop the relationship between a company’s strategy and its organizational design and environment. Coco’s expertise in developing and strengthening these important linkages makes her a powerful C-level advisor and Board member. In addition to serving on the Board of Taos from 2004 to 2014, Coco served as a Board Director for MentorNet during its rebranding, product transformation, and subsequent acquisition by Great Minds in STEM. Coco was on the finance committee supporting the Board of Directors of Samasource and established the Operating Committee for the Silicon Valley arm of Golden Seeds, a New York-based early-stage investment firm. She also currently serves as Chair of the Nominating Committee for the Anita Borg Technology Leadership Award, one of the most prestigious awards honoring women in technology.
The Gen Y/Z Talent Dilemma and Leadership Crises in the Making
Wed, Feb 15 @ 9:00am PT (1 hr)
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