Now entering the job market in increasing numbers, Generation Z is on track to make up a whopping 30 percent of the workforce by 2030. With those figures in mind, employers that want to attract this cohort need to figure out how to offer the incentives that will appeal to those employees and improve their engagement.
Equity compensation in the form of stock options, restricted stock units, and performance shares is an important vehicle that public and select privately held companies can use to attract, retain, and motivate employees.
One of the most important and underestimated skills needed for influential leadership is the ability to listen. In phone calls, face-to-face interactions, or virtual meetings, the emphasis is often on the speaker. But the listener, too, has a very important role to fill, especially if that listener is also a leader.
Stellar leadership is in high demand in businesses across all industries. The workplace climate has drastically changed in recent years, requiring leaders not only to focus their time and attention on the success of their core business but also to provide strategic leadership and support to their employees. They must possess the right attributes and competencies to lead in an environment that requires constant reevaluation and change.
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