The Age of Personalization Requires a New Way to Lead

We’re in the midst of a massive Cultural Demographic Shift™ (CDS) – a term GLLG coined as a way of saying that large cultural segments of the population are reaching critical mass or numbers sufficient to have a significant effect on what we do and how we act. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the United States is projected to become a majority-minority nation for the first time in 2043. While the non-Hispanic white population will remain the largest single group, no group will make up a majority.

Your Employee Population is Already Evolving

Every generation is more diverse than the next. Gen Z is nearly half non-white, and they’ve just started entering the workforce. Both Millennials and Gen Z embody individuality in this age of personalization. If you are not ready for the inclusivity they demand, they will leave you behind, quickly – as employees and as customers.

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Your Organization Isn’t Ready For Inclusion

GLLG created a methodology and conducts an assessment todetermine an organization’s readiness to lead inclusion as a growth strategy. Based on the responses of thousands of leaders at hundreds of companies, most organizations are not ready for inclusion. In fact, they are far from it.

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Download our Position Paper and Learn How to Deploy Inclusion as a Growth Strategy

THE SUMMIT EXPERIENCE

Corporate strategies were not designed to handle mass variance in people.

Today’s new realities in the workplace and marketplace require us to better understand and appreciate non-traditional methods and perspectives as personalization forces us to reinvent the ways we think, work and lead.