Knowl­edge Man­age­ment

Insurance - - CONTENTS - Text De­nis Hevey | Founder & CEO | Pos­i­tive Per­for­mance Academy

Crack­ing the Tal­ent De­vel­op­ment Code of the iY Gen­er­a­tion - Time to Change

T HE OB­JEC­TIVE OF THIS AR­TI­CLE IS TO GIVE A GEN­ERAL

OVER­VIEW OF THE BEN­E­FITS OF UP­GRAD­ING THE IY GEN­ER­A­TION, AND NOT TO FO­CUS ON ANY SPECIFICS.

IN­TRO­DUC­TION -

WHY UP­GRADE?

Many other ar­ti­cles ex­ist that pro­vide per­spec­tives on the ‘costs and re­wards’ of the iY Gen­er­a­tion tal­ent pool. Let us in­stead ex­plore here, how we can get the best out of the iY Gen­er­a­tion. There is a key dif­fer­ence be­tween get­ting the best out of any­one as op­posed to get­ting the most out of them. How we do this will be the sub­ject of forth­com­ing ar­ti­cles. Our key start point must be to ask, why? Why ‘up­grade’ to get the best ver­sion of the iY Gen­er­a­tion? Es­pe­cially as the ‘how’, will en­tail in­vest­ment. There is a price to pay if we want to reap the right div­i­dends, so if we want the pot of gold at the end of the rain­bow, we need to ef­fec­tively deal with the rain.

THE IY GEN­ER­A­TION

They were born in the 90s and range from midtwen­ties to mid-thir­ties. The iY Gen­er­a­tion makes up a large pro­por­tion of our young tal­ent to­day. De­fined by vir­tual tech­nol­ogy and nur­tured on the In­ter­net – iPods, iPhones, iTunes, iBooks, iChats, iFriends, and now iReal­ity on iTVs. They are a gen­er­a­tion who

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