Hannah Grady Williams’s story began in a blue pickup truck when her father handed 12-year-old Hannah the phone and asked her to close a deal on an investment property. After this unexpected introduction to the world of entrepreneurship, she found herself thrust into a climate of innovation, challenge, and opportunity, and she enrolled in college at age 14 and graduated with a degree in international business at age 18.
Now, as a 23-year old Gen Z’r, she has consulted businesses from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies and is on a mission to help leaders leverage Gen Z talent as a competitive advantage and build #RadicalEmpathy in the workplace.
In this episode, Audrey, Lee and Hannah discuss:
- Definition of “Radical Empathy”
- Managing Expectations of Gen Z workforce
- Understanding the positive aspects of Gen Z upbringing, technology knowledge and economics
- How to mentor a Gen Z employee
- Differences between Gen X, Millennials and Gen Z
"Gen Z is more diverse, entrepreneurially driven and technologically savvy than any other generation. Companies must adapt or risk becoming extinct in the next 15 years."Hannah Grady Williams
Connect with Hannah Grady Williams:
- Website: www.hannahgwilliams.com
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannah-williams-experience-consultant/
- Twitter: @Hannah_OVRTURE