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Gen Z is Already Teaching Us About the Future of Business

Posted by Steve Robertson on Jan 14, 2018 1:14:00 PM

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Steve Robertson is a guest on Dov Barons podcast about Leadership and Loyalty Show for Fortune 500 Executives, Family Businesses.  They discuss how the next generation, Gen Z, is impacting the business world and what that means for businesses and parents as this generation begins to enter the workforce. Listen Here for the full interview or look below for an overview of the discussion. 

Dov is a leadership expert inspiring those who lead to live purpose driven lives and be truly authentic leaders. He is a Bestselling Author: Focused on Equipping The Millennial Generation in Family Businesses for Leadership. The podcast is "the Audio Experience of eavesdropping on the most interesting conversation in the personal and professional leadership world!"


You probably already know that due to our global connectivity more than at any other time in history you are now working with, dealing with peers, employees, customers and clients who are cross cultural and cross generational. This means that if you are not paying attention can feel a lot like herding cats. So how do you do it and thrive?

Steve Robertson is the CEO of Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs (JKCP), an organization specializing in youth-to-adult programming that turns curiosity into passion and skill. Steve is an expert on youth development and education as well as understanding and adapting to youth. His experience comes full circle because he is a highly successful business leader who has to work with staff and clients who are multi-cultural and multi-generational and put them into and maintain the culture of these pre-college training camps. 

On this episode Steve and Dov discuss How Gen-Z (the generation who come after Millennials) are already changing the face of business. Why you are no longer your kids strongest influence and much more. 

Topics: Generation Z, For Parents



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