Presented by Ryan Jenkins, an internationally-recognized keynote speaker, author and generations expert
The COVID-19 pandemic and the increase in remote working has dramatically changed the daily lives of those in the workforce. It’s a change that will continue long into 2021.
Sixty-one percent of American adults report they are lonely and, among Generation Z workers aged 18-22, 73% report they sometimes or always feel alone. Today's workers are lonelier than ever before, resulting in a disengaged, disloyal and disenchanted workforce.
The increase in remote working, the growing importance of inclusion and the need for better well-being at work are all reasons to understand and address loneliness at work.
Webinar participants will gain:
This webinar is available to members of America's Newspapers, as well as trial members, as part of their membership (at no additional cost). Learn about membership or sign up for a free trial membership here.
Registration for this program is a two-step process. Click the link below to take STEP 1 and then watch for an email. The email will include a link that you need to click on (STEP 2) to guarantee your seat and request the LOGIN for the program itself.
Patty Slusher, director of programming, at 847-282-9850, ext. 102 or email@example.com
Ryan Jenkins is an internationally-recognized keynote speaker, trainer, two-time published author and a generations expert.
His latest book is "The Generation Z Guide: The Complete Manual to Understand, Recruit and Lead the Next Generation."
For a decade, he has helped organizations optimize generational dynamics, lessen worker loneliness and prepare for the future of work.
His top-ranked insights have been featured in Forbes, Fast Company and The Wall Street Journal.
He is also co-founder of Sync Learning Experiences, a learning and development consultancy redefining how workers gain modern skills.
He lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with his wife, three children and yellow labrador.
Learn more at Ryan-Jenkins.com
Our webinars are available at no cost to members of America's Newspapers as part of their membership. Not a member yet? Learn about membership or sign up for a free trial membership here.