You Might Be Wondering: Does Our Speaking and Research Drive Results? Video Proof: Repeat Client Shares Their Experience Solving Generational Challenges

We are thrilled to share this video and quick case study overview from a great company.

We are so inspired by what Supportworks is all about (and why they are a repeat best places to work award winner) and how their own family-led business continues to grow and evolve in the service of others.

Gen Z and Retirement? It turns out Gen Z are…savers. Watch CGK President Jason Dorsey’s Yahoo! Finance interview for very unexpected findings from our study

Majority of Gen Z in the US do not believe that Social Security will be able to financially provide for their retirement needs.

The combination of saving for retirement at an early age, seeking out employee benefits such as retirement matching, and a keen interest in being financially self-reliant are setting Gen Z up for a much more solid financial future later in life.

CGK President Jason Dorsey on BBC Debating if Gen Z is Actually “Weaker” Than Older Generations. His answer may surprise you.

Like every generation, Gen Z is coming of age with unique experiences, challenges, and events that are shaping their worldview.

Each generation brings something different to the world, making their own mark (intentionally or not), and paving the way for future generations.

CGK President Jason Dorsey Shares Our Research on the Lasting Changes Ahead for Generation Z—aka Generation COVID

The effects of the pandemic will shape the rest of Gen Z’s lives. 

It will be important to study how these new social norms, habits, and expectations shape the future of this important, vibrant, rapidly emerging generation.

The Covid-19 Pandemic is Gen Z’s Generation Defining Event. CGK President Jason Dorsey shared this and more on NRK TV in Norway!

Every generation has its defining experience, these are deeply impactful moments that affect a generation and can create a lasting impact on how they view the world and their future.

The social and emotional damage this pandemic has had—and will continue to have—on Gen Z cannot be overstated, and candidly, needs to be talked about much more so that it is a safe and constructive conversation as we all work to help this generation, their families, and communities.

CGK President Jason Dorsey Getting Back to In-Person Events With Book Signings—and He is Having So Much Fun!

"I have really, really missed signing books and visiting with event attendees after my speeches."

"It was exciting to sign books for a dedicated group of leaders at their first in-person event in a long time. What an energizing and wonderful experience! "

CGK President Jason Dorsey Keynoting Vermeer Corporation’s North American Workforce Development Summit

Talented employees of every generation are looking for jobs, careers, and new opportunities—but often don’t know where to start.

If you’ve been on a walk, drive, or to pretty much any store lately, you’ve probably seen all the HELP WANTED signs. They seem to be in almost every storefront. The workforce shortage facing organizations in industries across the U.S. is urgent.

CGK President Jason Dorsey’s First Time Keynoting in Athletic Wear!

"I was thrilled to deliver my first-ever keynote in athletic wear, including a bold red t-shirt!"

It was exciting to see their leaders so fired up about actions they can use right now to lead each generation of their team members. 

CGK President Jason Dorsey Speaking to Business Insider About Millennials in their 40s!

Millennials have a tremendous amount to offer in experience, mindset, and skillset.

Many 40-year-old and older Millennials feel a connection to both Gen X and Millennial generations, having had experience with both analog and digital worlds.

CGK President Jason Dorsey Speaking to Business Insider About Millennials in their 40s!

CGK President Jason Dorsey shared his thoughts on what it means for Millennials who have now been officially adults for more than 20 years(!) and how coming of age during such challenging times has affected them and their future. Read More »

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Sharing New Insights with Financial Advisors Across the US In-Person

Great advisors don’t take a family’s or company’s business for granted.

Our work shows that there is zero generational advantage to attracting and keeping Millennials (and Gen Z) as clients simply because an advisor is in their generation. Whichever advisor best adapts to connect with these generations will earn their trust, business, and loyalty.