For all their great qualities, sometimes Gen Zers need to learn to slow down. See how you can challenge Gen Z to get the best work possible out of them.
- Jonah. - Yeah? … - I'm not sure if you've heard but we're looking … for a little bit of help. … We need to come up with a creative name … for the research healthcare study. … We need not only a name but we need a good logo, … looking for a little bit of. … - Oh actually, it actually came up earlier this morning … in our meeting and I've already started, … I've got about six names. … All the URLs match, we already started on logos. … Realistically I can have it on your desk by the … end of the day. … - I love your excitement but if you don't mind … I definitely need to make sure we've got some research … done into the name as well as the graphic. … Because I want to make sure they've got meaning behind them. … So if you could just spend a little bit more time … researching it that'd be great. … - Sounds good. … - What you just saw happen is going to be playing out … at a workplace near you soon. … The challenge we have is that gen Z suffers from FOMO, … fear of missing out. … And as a result they're really quick to make decisions. …
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