For Gen Z

Slay the Job

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The Challenge

“92% [of 900 surveyed executives] said soft skills were equally important or more important than technical skills. But 89% said they have a very or somewhat difficult time finding people with the requisite attributes. Many say it’s a problem spanning age groups and experience level.”

– "Employers Find ‘Soft Skills’ Like Critical Thinking in Short Supply," The Wall Street Journal

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Simply put, soft skills are in high demand but short supply. While this is true for all ages, Gen Z is struggling the most. According to a recent report by the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation, “Somewhere along the road from education to employment, the system is not routinely equipping all students with all the skills they will need to succeed.” Collaboration, communication, professionalism, leadership, organization, and others are vital competencies, but Gen Zers coming out of college today need help developing them.

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The Solution

According to James Heckman, Nobel Prize-winning economist, “programs that enhance soft skills have an important place,” due to evidence that these abilities can be learned and mastered by everyone.

Slay the Job® is a customizable program with modules that cover:

  • Generational intelligence
  • Emotional intelligence (& Self-awareness)
  • Professional communication
  • Professional relationship skills
  • Teamwork, collaboration, and consensus building
  • Personal branding

Our facilitators provide interactive, in-person classes that focus on Gen Z’s particular needs and on getting results that improve their integration with your teams and performance in the workplace.

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