Building Learning Experiences for a Multi-Generational Workforce

Join BizLibrary CMO Paul Eschen and published writer, corporate speaker, generational researcher and Founder of Inlay Insights, Kim Lear, as they explore the multi-generational workforce in the modern organizational ecosystem.   

From the soon-to-depart-the-workforce Silent Generation to the Gen Z’ers just getting their foot in the door, the professional world is experiencing more generations represented in the workforce than ever before. Organizations are being exposed to unprecedented modern workplace complications such as rapid changes in communication, widening generational skill gaps, and hybrid and remote working environments.   

Throughout this episode, Kim & Paul will hit on topics like:

  • Generational opinions & reactions to hybrid and remote workplaces  
  • Convenience vs optimization and differences in generational priorities  
  • Generational reaction, adoption, & ongoing use of AI  
  • The growing importance of human empathy in the workplace  
  • The essential adoption of a “growth mindset’” 

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Kim Lear
Founder, Generational Research Consultant, & Public Speaker
Inlay Insights
Kim Lear is a writer, researcher, and the founder of Inlay Insights. She is known for skillfully weaving eye-opening statistics, insightful stories, and relevant case studies to make presentations come alive. Previously, Kim was the content director at BridgeWorks, a research firm dedicated to generational and millenial trends. Her undergrad research focused on baby boomers and longevity, and her post-grad work centered on millennials and social media trends. She is currently in her ninth year of a longitudinal study on leadership.

Kim was head of research on the book Gen Z @ Work. She has written whitepapers on generational wealth transfer, retirement trends, and Gen Z's impact on higher education. Kim has been featured on NPR and national publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, USA Today, and TIME Magazine.