By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work with HR KPIs expertise
📣 81% of direct reports agreed that their Gen Z managers are good at giving useful feedback on how they are performing, a higher percentage than all other age groups outside of Millennials.
❌ But when it comes to motivation, Gen Z managers are the least motivated by the fact that their company motivates them to go above and beyond what they would do elsewhere.
📝 According to their direct reports, Gen Z managers demonstrate an ability to deliver feedback and address poor performance and in fact, better at communicating than many of their peers in other generations.
💡 Open and honest communication and appropriate involvement in decision making are more important drivers of engagement for Gen Z managers than for other managers, according to a new interesting research published by Culture Amp using data 📊 from a customers data set of 100k+ managers and 300k+ of their direct reports from ~2,400 companies.
✅Gen Z managers have strong communication skills
Researchers found that Gen Z managers score highest (81%) in providing performance feedback to their direct reports compared to other generations or age groups.