This month’s WIN Breakfast Meeting is Friday, February 24, and will be held in the Tuscany Ballroom of the Peppermill Casino Resort Spa.
The buffet opens at 7 a.m., with the program running from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. The entrance fee is $30 for non-members and $15 for members who do not have the Pre-Paid membership. Tickets will be available for online purchase the month of the event, OR attendees can pay at the door.
This month’s Breakfast Sponsor is:
This month WIN presents:
Sean Kelly: ‘Millennials in the Workplace’
The Millennials are coming.
Sure, you’ve probably heard it before (you might even be one). You might be a little sick of hearing about it, and we know it’s easy to assume that all the hype around the impending Millennial invasion is… a bit overblown.
But the numbers tell a different story – the modern workplace is being reshaped by an influx of Millennial talent.
In just the last five years, 87% of Millennials took on management roles and by 2020, Millennials will make up approximately half of the global workforce. by 2025, that number will be closer to 75%.
It’s a demographic shift that organizations can no longer afford to ignore, but the perception of Millennials is still fraught with stereotypes and misconceptions. Millennials continue to cause confusion and frustration for CEOs, HR leaders and middle managers alike.
This engaging talk looks at millennials through a scientific lens, helping to identify the group’ defining characteristics and digging deep into the sociological and biological mechanics that have shaped this much maligned and oft-misunderstood generation.
Sean helps demystify the Millennial generation and offers strategies for younger and older workers to communicate effectively so multigenerational organizations thrive.
What makes Sean an expert?
Besides the fact that he leads a mostly millennial staff of more than 100, he speaks around the world to HR pros and other business leaders about culture and engagement in the Millennial age. He also hosts The Awesome Office Show, an award-winning podcast that examines leadership and business through the lens of culture and engagement. Oh, and born in 1983, Sean is a Millennial leader himself.
Sean will also be speaking at NNHRA (Northern Nevada Human Resources Association) ‘Creating a Best Place to Work’ event on Thursday, February 23. Check out this event (with CEU credits for HR professionals) here!