Our next generation of leaders, Gen Z (born 1995-2010), will emerge from everywhere, and will continue to transform the future workplace (more so than Millennials). They have only experienced a high-tech, hyper-connected world, where information is at their fingertips, a Google search away. Because of this, Gen Z will bring a new set of behaviors, expectations and preferences into the workplace.
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Take it from these Kindlers on what it truly means to be part of a woman-owned business and the pride we all share in having strong female leadership.
I recently journeyed to the 2018 Seattle Interactive Conference (SIC), where there was a lot to soak in. My fellow Kindler and I were drawn to SIC to interact and engage with leaders who share values we strive to meet at Kindle every day: a commitment to excellence, curiosity and respect for all. SIC is a two-day conference where creativity, technology, business and culture converge, and it didn’t disappoint.
How do you keep your creative edge sharp? Maybe you take a creative writing class or attend a marketing seminar. Maybe you find unique ways to give back to your community or attend talks by motivational speakers. The answer for Kindle, and many other Chicago creatives, is all the above and more. Luckily, there is one week each year that we can experience it all at once—Chicago Ideas Week.
Alyssa Lencioni, Digital Executive Producer, reflects on her Remote Year.
In the 20 years that Kindle has partnered with McDonald’s to produce their biennial Worldwide Convention, we’ve helped them get down to business in some truly transformative ways.
SXSW is THE conference to attend for all things interactive, so each year Kindle makes it a point to send some of our people to absorb, explore and get inspired – then bring back what they’ve discovered to our teams and clients.
The Story Conference has been taking place in Chicago for six years now, but somehow we at Kindle only discovered it this year. And boy, are we glad we did!
Raise your hands as high as they can…go ahead, raise them. Are they up? As high as you can reach?