As Gen Z talent becomes an increasingly important part of future-proofing your business, as does the conversation around how and where to find them.
In this talk, Mae Yip & Samantha Hornsby chat through their 10 favourite strategies that their clients have found instantly and consistently useful. If you’re struggling to attract diverse young talent this talk is for you!
What is Gen Z?
There isn’t actually a fixed age group for who classifies as Gen Z, but if you have to put a number on it, Mae & Sam say those born between 1997 and 2012. In fact, they created a really useful Gen Z Timeline that maps the life of a Gen Zer year-by-year that might be helpful to share with anyone who wants to learn more and get more context around Gen Z!
About Mae & Sam
Mae & Sam are Co-Founders of ERIC, an award-winning career guidance platform designed for 16-25 year olds who want to explore their career options and opportunities. Mae & Sam are obsessed with ‘entertainment-first’ education (why can’t learning be fun, right?). They are on a mission to enable employers to attract Gen Z talent more efficiently by being more visible and adding more competitive value as an employer via their new platform, The ERIC App, which aims to be an app that:
This event is FREE for BCI members however registration is still required.
Non-member tickets are £25+VAT.
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Purpose in Practice || How Can Investment Work For New Founders?
Pervasive Media Studios, BS1 5TX
If you’re a startup or someone who wants to see new ideas in the City get the money they need, this event is an opportunity to come together and learn what’s possible.
In this event, hear first-hand experience of founders and professionals who’ve sought, secured or passed up investment as they’ve created businesses they believe in. Talks/ discussion 6.00pm – 8.00pm. Networking from 8.00pm.
How to have a tough conversation – navigating conflict in your business: a talk with Meg Lovell
Online via Zoom
From uncomfortable conversations around raising fees, to responding to the client with the ever-expanding brief, we all regularly face conflict situations in business that can be the difference between making or losing money, or a functional or frustrating working relationship.
In this online talk, Meg Lovell will work through communication methods to address these situations both proactively and reactively, giving you a blueprint for action the next time a tricky situation arises.
Funded Management Training
Develop your skills and knowledge, to manage a team, with our virtual Step up to Lead course over 6 months.
This ILM accredited Level 3 Certificate is designed for upcoming managers, and will support you with key managerial skills, such as managing conflict, motivating your team and delegation. This course will prepare you for a career in management and leadership roles, with tutorial guidance available throughout the programme.