A few months back I had the privilege of speaking at TEDx WhiteCity. As the CEO of Jolt, it's no surprise I chose to focus my talk on millenials and work. They're my two favorite topics to talk about.
You see, Millennials just became the workforce's biggest demographic, and unlike past generations, they have a completely different idea about work and what it represents. If the old employment deal was, 'Pay me and I will work for you,' this generation suggests a new kind of employment deal: 'Teach me and I'll work for you for as long as I learn.'
At Jolt, we believe in eating our own dog food. So I wasn't just barking off about theoretical ways to turn the workplace into a school. No, we wanted to make it real. That's why at Jolt, we practice this philosophy at our very own company.
If you want to read more about the method of Chapterships, you're welcome to checkout an ebook I've written explaining all about it. It's on the new world's bookstore, Amazon.
by Roei Deutsch
Jolt's CEO has founded and sold his first company at the age of 15 and by the age of 18, Served as new-media consultant for a number of media corporations, including Fox International Channels and others. He also served as the CEO of Veribo and led the rise of one of the most prominent Israeli political party today through digital campaigns in the last two election cycles.