Sarah Sladek is an expert on demographic shifts, talent turnover, and generation gaps. She is the founder of XYZ University and author of two ground-breaking books. She launched the nation’s first business conference focused on bridging talent and leaderships gaps in the workforce and became a sought-after speaker and consultant to organizations nationwide. Her goal is to help organizations identify their competitive advantage, embrace change, bridge gaps, increase ROI, and remain relevant to future generations.
Check out Sarah’s recent blog post, American Chopper and Apprentice: The next generation in family business makes its debut. I really enjoyed this piece about Boomers and Xers and the family business. She references two popular TV shows, American Chopper on Discovery and NBC’s The Apprentice, and has posted videos of both.