Managing Millennials: Minimizing Generational Conflict, Maximizing Long Term Success

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Event Date: Thursday, September 14th, 2017 Event Time: 2:00pm - 3:15pm Eastern (EDT) Add to Calendar 2017-09-14 14:00:00 2017-09-14 15:15:00 America/Detroit Managing Millennials: Minimizing Generational Conflict, Maximizing Long Term Success https://c4cm.com/product/managing-millennials-minimizing-generational-conflict-maximizing-long-term-success-3/ C4CM Webinar Center For Competitive Management (C4CM) admin@c4cm.com false MM/DD/YYYY

You Will Learn:

  • Steps to improve millennial recruitment and engagement efforts
  • Onboarding steps to boost multi-generational productivity, and long-term retention
  • Strategies for balancing the needs of older generations with millennial behaviors
  • Types of goals and initiatives to set forth for millennials

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How are millennials perceived in your office? Entitled? Disloyal? Non-conformist?

Integrating this tech-toting, flip-flop wearing generation (born between 1981 and 1996) into the workforce has become a major challenge for most organizations.

In fact, millennials have different needs and wants … and according to Deloitte’s Global Millennial survey most already have one foot out the door – 25% within a year, two-thirds within four.

But somehow companies like Google, Apple, even the military, have figured out how to get great results from their Millennials. So what is everyone else missing?

Learning Objectives

This information-packed webinar explores real-life methods for:

  1.  embracing the goals, expectations and ambitions of today’s millennials,
  2. ‘meeting in the middle’ when it comes to management style, and employment expectations, and
  3. balancing the needs of older generations with millennial behaviors.

During this power-packed program, our expert faculty will examine the most current factors affecting millennial management, including:

  • Common millennial myths, and stereotypes
  • Why millennials are a unique and valuable part of your company
  • Surprising attitudes millennials have about compensation
  • Beyond pay, what matters most to millennials
  • Types of goals and initiatives to set forth for millennials
  • How to empower millennials and make them feel like they have a stake in your business
  • Steps to improve millennial recruitment and engagement efforts
  • Onboarding steps to boost multi-generational productivity, and long-term retention

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Faculty

Jackie Kellso
Jackie Kellso
President, PointMaker Communications

Jackie Kellso, President of PointMaker Communications, Inc., is the “Retrain Your Brain” expert. Her motto is Be Your Point. Applying neuroscience to her coaching and training, Jackie helps her clients challenge their old beliefs, out-dated habits and antiquated ways of thinking and communicating. From the way we interact with others, to the way we think, to how we communicate, and how we manage conflict, present our ideas, take risks — all begin with our brain’s wiring. Jackie’s methodology yields an improved self-image, stronger communication and interpersonal skills and as a result, successful outcomes.

Jackie's background includes a 20+ year career in media sales, having worked for companies such as The New Yorker Magazine, Viacom, iVillage and Hearst Magazines. In 2003, Jackie became a Dale Carnegie Instructor and in 2011, Jackie received her certification in brain-based coaching via The NeuroLeadership Institute.

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