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Engaging Next-Gen of Workers

The Conference Board of Canada, December 5, 2018
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What if the single biggest factor shaping the future success of our organizations, employees and students is whether or not we can engage one person at a time? What if unlocking discretionary effort is the key? In fact, numerous studies are pointing to findings just like that. It appears that if people care and if they have a positive and engaging approach to what they are involved in, the future looks bright. If they don't, quite the opposite. The challenge is, from the moment people enter school until they transition into work, engagement levels drop. Attitudes towards work and working has changed in young people.

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As an educator, organizational leader, and keynote speaker working to engage youth on a global scale, Carla will share insights into engaging the next generation coming in to your organizations. No question, the world of work is changing. This we know. The question is, what do we do about it?

This eye opening discussion will aim at those answers by combining practical experience and leading insight into the attitudes of young people and what that means for future of education and work.

About Carla

Photo of Carla CugliettaCarla Cuglietta is the Co-Founder of YoungLeaders.World, a non-profit global organization, aimed to engage young people for personal growth and collective good. Carla has worked as an educator, consultant and speaker in Canada, India, China, Sierra Leone and Uganda training over 10,000 young people in the areas of youth engagement and leadership. She has been awarded the Prime Minister's Certificate of Excellence, the University of Alberta Alumni of Distinction, YWCA Woman of Distinction Award and the Lions Club International Humanitarian Award for her work around the world. Carla weaves together experiences, stories and research that identify how to engage the next generation of workers and why it is essential.

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