Preparing Your Organization for Millennial Leaders

    Jan 24, 2019

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    What Everyone Should Know About Millennial Leaders

    In the next 5 years, 20 million baby boomers will retire, leaving organizations with leadership positions to be filled. In 2015, millennials eclipsed boomers in the American workforce, yet most organizations haven't adapted to their needs and will struggle to fill this leadership gap.

    As the number of Millennials in leadership positions grows, new challenges have surfaced.

    This presentation will review these challenges, while helping you solve them through new research, case studies, and strategies.

    Join us as we:

    • Debunk the common millennial myths and discover what makes them both a unique and valuable part of your company
    • Explore their strengths, weaknesses, and leadership style based on new research
    • Examine different strategies and programs that can support your current and future leaders

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

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    Dan Schawbel is a Partner and Research Director at Future Workplace, an executive development firm dedicated to rethinking and reimagining the workplace, with members including Disney, GE, American Express, Google, and Amazon. Dan is also the Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and consulting firm. He is the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Promote Yourself: The New Rules for Career Success and the #1 international bestselling book, Me 2.0: 4 Steps to Building Your Future. Dan is a columnist at both TIME and Forbes, and has been featured in over 1,000 media outlets, such as “The Today Show” on NBC, “Street Signs” on CNBC, “The Nightly Business Report” on PBS, “The Willis Report” on Fox Business, “Fox & Friends” on Fox News, NPR, People magazine, The Economist, and Wired magazine. He’s spoken at Google, NBC Universal, McGraw-Hill, Oracle, Harvard Business School, MIT, Time Warner, IBM, and CitiGroup. Dan 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.