21 August, 2014 | (01 hr)
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Millennials are often stereotyped as "entitled" individuals who seek promotions prematurely and require constant praise. Yet, this assessment of millennials is often unfair and can negatively affect the management of this new generation as they enter the workplace.
In her new book, Lauren Rikleen provides a comprehensive view of the millennial generation and offers insight and strategies for corporate executives, human resource specialists, and managers to better oversee this new and growing generation of workers. She also helps millennials navigate the complexities of today’s work environment.
Who should attend: Human capital professionals with responsibilities or interests in diversity and inclusion and talent management
Lauren Stiller Rikleen
Lauren Stiller Rikleen is a nationally recognized expert on developing a thriving, diverse and multi-generational workforce. As President of the Rikleen Institute for Strategic Leadership, Lauren conducts workshops, speaks at conferences, re... Full Bio
Marjorie Derven is a Senior Fellow, Human Capital at the Conference Board. In this role, Marjorie supports the Human Capital Practice, which includes The Conference Board Human Capital ExchangFull Bio