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THE MILLENNIALS - How to Understand, Manage, and Gain Rapport with Generation Y

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Deadline: March 08, 2017 | Date: March 08, 2017

Venue/Country: Online Event, U.S.A

Updated: 2017-01-09 19:57:18 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Overview: If you were born between 1980 to 2000 (give or take), you already owe over ½ Trillion Dollars in student loan debt. It will stay with you until it is paid-not even bankruptcy can get you out of it. I guess this isn't the best way to start out a 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 you (Millennials) have your 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-we 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.

Why should you attend:

Discuss the current perception of employees born between 1980-2000 (Millennials)

Identify the events that helped shape the current perception of Millennials

Discuss the values that Millennials hold as paramount

Discuss the differences between Millennials and previous generations

Identify management techniques that will secure better results from Millennials

Demonstrate the steps that will build a rapport with Millennials

Areas Covered in the Session:

How Millennials got to where they are today

Know what Millennials trust, and don't trust

Learn what Millennials value most

Learn why a Millennial is in conflict with religion

Know how to get a Millennial's attention

Learn the proxemics that makes a productive workplace

Learn what will secure rapport with a Millennial

Who Will Benefit:

Management personnel from the CEO to the Supervisor

If you are responsible for personnel under the age of 35

If you are responsible for gaining rapport with prospects under 35

If you are responsible for gaining rapport with current customers under the age of 35

If you are responsible for interviewing people under the age of 35

If you aspire to a Higher Management Position

Instructor:

Jim Zalud has conducted seminars for business and law enforcement personnel for the past 30 years. Some of his topics include verbal, non-verbal, and body language interpretation skills. Jim has worked with everyone from the board room to the show room. He is also the body language expert for the CBS affiliate WIFR TV-23 in Rockford, IL.

Contact Details:

NetZealous LLC, DBA TrainHR

Phone: +1-800-385-1627

Email: support@trainhr.com


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