How to Manage Millennials and Keep Them Engaged

One of the biggest challenges managers face is dealing with the millennial generation, which will account for 36% of the U.S. workforce next year and 75% of the global workforce by 2025. Millennials—those ages 19 to 30 —have a different set of workplace expectations, behaviors and desires that managers need to understand in order to engage them effectively.

Companies are losing their top millennial talent to competitors because they fail to set expectations and support their careers.

In this webcast you’ll hear about the differences between Millennial, Gen X and Boomer employees; ways to effectively reach and work with them; and practical methods from case studies of companies that are managing them successfully.

What You Will Learn:
•Learn about what makes the millennial generation tick and how their needs are different than older worker directly from a millennial
•Discover new research (in partnership with American Express) that shows the differences between what managers and millennials think about the workplace and how to get ahead
•Hear case studies from leading companies who have created programs and practices that effectively target millennials, including Ernst & Young, American Express, Intel and DreamWorks.

Location: Web Based Training

Presenter: Dan Schawbel

Other Information:
Dan Schawbel is the Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and consulting firm. Author of the #1 international bestselling book, Me 2.0, his latest book is Promote Yourself: The New Rules For Career Success. He is a columnist at both TIME and Forbes, and has been featured in over 1,000 media outlets, such as Wired Magazine, PBS Nightly Business Report, “The Willis Report” on Fox Business, and ELLE magazine. He’s spoken at Google, NBC Universal, McGraw-Hill, Harvard Business School, MIT, Time Warner, IBM, and CitiGroup and was named to the Inc. Magazine 30 Under 30 List in 2010, the Forbes magazine 30 Under 30 List in 2012, and BusinessWeek cites him as someone entrepreneurs should follow on Twitter.

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