Because my leadership development work is with Millennials, GenZs, and emerging leaders, this article caught my attention. When being interviewed, often the first question is - what are the key differences between Baby Boomers, Millennials, and GenZ leaders?
This is our financial advisors' report: "The most recent earning season saw a dramatic development and a heightened focus on artificial intelligence, with 110 companies from the S&P 500 mentioning AI on conference calls. This was a 41% increase from the prior quarter. The excitement over AI centers on its potential economic opportunities. One investment bank says that AI may boost productivity by 1.5% annually for the next 10 years.
This sounds promising, doesn't it?
In aleadership development context, we often talk about how vital it is to create connection, community, and collaboration in high-growth culture. Rarely do we talk about the opposite - loneliness. Yet, loneliness, driven by a highly mobile society that is addicted to our iPhones and social media likes, takes a huge toll on a person's vitality and creativity.