How do you build a business culture that supports people, succeeds financially, and lasts for decades?
Today we’re exploring how CGI – a leading IT and business process services provider – established a culture more than 40 years ago that still appeals to younger generations and helps CGI adapt over time.
Bernard Labelle is Senior Vice-President of Global HR at CGI. He shares insight and examples showing how CGI was founded on belief in its people, how it balances the needs of its professionals, clients and shareholders, and why ethics and respect for diversity matter just as much today as they did to CGI’s founders in 1976.
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“Millennials are tech savvy. Gen Z’s are tech native.” -Shaara Roman
If your organization is still trying to engage millennials, unsuccessfully, then you are behind the curve. Millennials have been in the workforce for over 15 years and now Gen Z is knocking at the door.
In the U.S. alone, there are 70 million Gen Z’s -- about 25% of the population entering the workforce over the next 15 years, and it starts this Spring when the first class of Gen Z’s graduate from college.
Shaara Roman, Founder and Managing Partner of The Silverene Group, joins us today to share what leaders can expect from Gen Z’s and teach you how to leverage their talents and digital brilliance to drive success.