19 December, 2012 | ()
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New employees and customers are the lifeblood of an organization, bringing with them new energy, new ideas, and new business. In the next 15-20 years, most of these additions will be Millennials--members of "Gen Y", commonly defined as people born between the late 1970s and early 2000s. If you are a corporate leader, you are already coming into frequent contact with this generation, if not yet as customers, then as employees. What measures are corporate leaders taking to ensure strong and positive connections with the next generation? To find out, join this webcast to hear from a generational strategy expert--and learn about the actions she is seeing on her clients' 2013 "must-do" lists.
This webcast is part of the series, Your 2013 "Must-Do" List: Shaping the Future. As expectations for performance grow and resources continue to be tight, it’s more important than ever to identify those "critical few" actions that drive the best results. In this new series of webcasts, we’ll hear from leaders on the front lines about the issues and opportunities they will address in 2013–why they chose what they did and how the list is different from the past. By participating in the webcast, participants will gain new insights and ideas for their own 2013 lists.
Audience: Executives of corporate shared service organizations who need to recruit with Gen Y employees: communications managers and directors, human capital practitioners, D&I staff, strategy and corporate leadership, and all business managers
When Sharalyn joined the Magid Generational Strategies™ team at Frank N. Magid Associates in 2010, she was already a well-known generational expert and Millennial voice, writing a national column about Millennials for an online newspaper since 2009. She leveraged her column and professional...Full Bio
Anne Greer began working with The Conference Board (TCB) in 2012. Along with Rita Shor, she directs the annual Innovation Master Class, designed for advanced learned among Fortune 500 executives responsible for leading innovation in their companies. She is program co-director for TCB’...Full Bio