ON DEMAND – Engaging Millennials to Positively Impact Culture


Learn to make Millennials more productive and accountable while also making them more fulfilled.

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Millennials are now the largest generation in the workforce. At 95 million strong and still growing, they have a big influence on your organizational culture. It’s time to learn how to engage them or you will not be able to retain them. Learn the best practices of engaging millennial employees.
Learn to make Millennials more productive and accountable while also making them more fulfilled. Tech savvy, energetic, socially conscious and hard-working Millennials have a strong desire to grow and get on with their careers. Job issues and career frustrations, in fact, are the top reasons people today are quitting.
80% of organizations say their leaders are challenged by managing employee of different generations. Yet, only 40% of companies provide leaders with training on the best ways of engaging millennial employees effectively.*
Your organization needs to effectively connect your Millennials. Train your leaders to engage, retain, and help Millennials excel.

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  • What motivates Millennials
  • More about Millennial’s workplace expectations
  • What Millennial employees look for in a leader
  • Tactics and practices to effectively engage and retain Millennials
  • And much more

All attendees will receive 1.0 HRCI general recertification credit or 1 SHRM PDC.

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