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Managing the Millennials

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Released - 2014

Program Highlights

  • Lifecycle changes that affect every generation and why this one is different.
  • Why burnout among high performers often goes unnoticed—until it’s too late.
  • The Millennials’ rose-colored pay expectations and beliefs about what they are worth.

New generations entering today's job market have always caused disruption for co-workers and created challenges for managers from previous generations. The Millennials now entering the workforce are no different. They share the tendency (and the freedom) of previous younger workers to change jobs more frequently, champion new technology and challenge the status quo.

But there are cultural differences unique to this generation that demand new management approaches. Alec Levenson’s research of over 40,000 employees, comparing Millennials to Generation X, shows significant differences in their needs for flexibility, team cohesion, and supervisor support and appreciation. How do you maximize your Millennials’ contributions, channel their energies and maintain their focus? Dr. Levenson provides insights critical for the recruitment, compensation and retention of both Gen X and Millennial employees.

Alec Levenson’s research focuses on metrics and ROI of human capital, including global and emerging market talent strategies. He works with Fortune 500 companies to optimize performance and HR systems through organization design and strategic talent management. Dr. Levenson earned his PhD in economics from Princeton University.

  • Format: Video Streaming
  • Duration: 53 Minutes

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