Respect your youngers | Are you using reverse mentorship programs to engage 'difficult' Gen Z employees?

Are you using reverse mentorship programs to engage 'difficult' Gen Z employees?
Are you using reverse mentorship programs to engage 'difficult' Gen Z employees?

Back in 1999, Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric (GE), brought the concept of reverse mentoring into the HR zeitgeist.

Whilst in London, Welch heard the CEO of a global finance company describe how they sought out mentorship from the “brightest young person under thirty in my organization.”

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