Generation Z, a demographic known for its distinct characteristics and values, presents unique challenges and opportunities in terms of assessment and understanding. As an expert in conducting Master Person Analysis (MPA) and using Gallup Assessments for different groups, I’ve found that these tools offer valuable insights. The MPA, grounded in the latest psychological knowledge and the Big Five personality traits – Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness to experience, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness – is particularly effective for individual assessments, especially in managerial contexts. While I recommend Gallup Assessments for assessing teams, the MPA stands out when working with managers.
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Insights into Generation Z Behaviors
The results are quite interesting: Indeed, this generation differs significantly from their parents and grandparents. The good news is that one can learn how to work with them According to MPA research: Today’s young generation is very dynamic and characterized by a pragmatic approach to work. They expect rapid development. They count on flexibility and support from employers in the face of changing economic situations. However, high expectations do not necessarily align with loyalty. Trust from managers is important to them, but they prefer immediate and continuous feedback. They dislike waiting and prefer regular feedback. They enjoy learning through experiences. To attract, retain, and motivate this generation, a company should provide a clear career path, job rotation programs, and continuous training.
Accessing Further Information
MPA insights: engaging Generation Z. You’ll find more in the report, to which I also had the pleasure of contributing a commentary. You can download the free report from: https://lnkd.in/dm6QRX92 How about you? How is it working with “Generation Z”? What, in your opinion, characterizes the young generation in the job market? Do you have any personal advice on engaging them in work?
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