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Jun 10, 2023

Many organizations today have workforces that include up to four generations: Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z. With each generation tending to have different values and motivations (as well as stereotypes about members of the other generations), organizations may struggle to keep employees of all ages engaged. In particular, many employers are seeking strategies for how to attract, retain, and lead Millennials and members of Gen Z.

As an organizational consultant, trainer, and Millennial influencer, as well as the best-selling author of “101 Secrets for Your Twenties,” “101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties,” and “25 Lies Twenty Somethings Need to Stop Believing,” Paul Angone is an expert in helping companies attract, retain, develop and harness the best strengths of the Millennial and Gen Z generations. He is also the host of the All Groan Up podcast, and has been featured in many publications such as Bloomberg, Business Insider, and Huffington Post. In Episode 150 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, Paul discusses the following:

  • The concept of emerging adulthood, and how younger employees reaching traditional milestones (such as getting married, buying a house, and having kids) later in life can affect their career choices
  • How the need to feel significant is a major motivating factor for Gen Z and Millennial employees, and simple techniques that managers and leaders can use to help younger workers feel that they are part of something important
  • Tips for 20-somethings seeking to lay the foundation for a successful career
  • How consistency and authenticity can help organizations not only hire, retain, and engage younger employees, but also attract Millennials and Gen Z as customers

To learn more about Paul, visit To access his resources geared toward Millennial and Gen Z workers, visit

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