If you were born somewhere in 1980 to 2000, you may owe over ½ trillion dollars of debt in student loans. Until you have paid it off, it will stay with you - and you won't be able to shed it off even if you become bankrupt. This is definitely not the best way you should start your career. Speaking of career paths, it sure doesn't look as rosy as it did for the "Boomers" and Generation X. The Global Economy has made the "cradle-to-grave" concept extremely fluid.
Trust is not the word of this century, when more than half of Millennials have their savings in cash. 83% of you think "there is too much power concentrated in the hands of a few big companies." Only 19% of you believe "most people can be trusted". In a century where "velocity" is a way of life, where things are done in a "Nano", and people challenge values that have stood for centuries-you need to stop and reconcile the past and present, in our everyday professional and personal lives. In time when our future leaders and workers crave innovation, nurturing, and a chance to make a difference, we in the current leadership must understand, manage differently, and build a strong rapport if our tomorrows are going to be better than today.
Join this session by expert speaker Jim Zalud where he promises to instill vision, confidence and productivity in the Millennials by developing their on-the-job situation which involves rapport building and increased employee productivity under the age of 35. You will be able to discuss the current perception of millennial employees and identify the events which were catalysts in shaping this particular kind of perception. Discuss the values that Millennials hold as paramount and know the differences between previous generation and Millennials. The webinar will also identify management techniques that will secure better results from Millennials and demonstrate the steps that will build a rapport with Millennials.
Who Should Attend
Management personnel from the CEO to the Supervisor -
Jim Zalud is a 30 year teacher of verbal, non-verbal, and body language skills. Jim has spoken to police departments, colleges, and corporations throughout the Midwest. He has completed Crisis Intervention Training, and is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. Jim is currentl... More info