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This webinar will cover current trends in the Millennial workforce. With the Millennial generation reaching 46% in 2020 (SHRM, 2014), understanding how to successfully grow and develop your young talent has taken priority in the eyes of countless organizations. In this webinar, you will learn how to inspire and grow your Millennial talent such that they will be more inclined to develop themselves within your organization.
Why should you Attend:
With the Millennial generation reaching 46% of the workforce by 2020, understanding how to grow and develop your organization's young talent has become of vital importance in ensuring the long-term success of your organization. Millennial employees have different career goals and aspiration that previous generations. Is your organization doing what it takes to keep them engaged and moving forward? By attending this webinar, you will gain valuable information on ways to attract, retain and develop the up and coming Gen Y workforce.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Current trends and data on the Millennial Workforce
- Generational Differences in Career Aspirations and goals
- Tips and tools for developing your Millennial talent
- HR Professionals
- Senior Managers
- Business Owners
Megan Little As a Senior Consultant at Integral Talent Systems Inc.,She works in the field of Talent Management Consulting which encompasses recruiting, on-boarding, career development, succession planning, retention and engagement. Megan specializes in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Her experience in Career Development, Leadership, Training and Development, Statistical Analysis, Project Management, and Organizational Assessment provide her with the skills and subject matter expertise necessary for assessing talent needs within an organization. Megan has played a key role in the distribution and analysis of professional assessments including person-job match, competency modeling and 360 Feedback Surveys at such organizations as Banana Republic, Satellite HealthCare and Taulia and has acted as a project manager for the development and implementation of career development and mentorship programs at Eisenmann.