Tina Vaitkus, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, Sr. Manager, Human Resources, (ISC)², Inc.
More experiences, less loyalty. Less stability, more flexibility. Career management for the next generation is a frequent conversation in HR circles. Companies need to take charge of planning career opportunities for the next generation if they want to attract and retain top talent. HR practices and resources need to match the drive and highly creative minds of the next generation – it’s about developing the individual, not necessarily the next leader.
In this session, we will explore three key elements to help HR teams lead career management strategies that will encourage all generations to own their own destiny, increase engagement the workplace, and build stronger intergenerational cultures:
- Build your network at work through self-advocacy
- Create meaning behind the metrics
- Focus on flexibility