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The WHY of "Y": Insights into Millennial's in the Workplace

  • Tuesday, May 12, 2015
  • 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM (PDT)
  • Green Acre at Campus Pointe - 10300 Campus Pointe Dr. SAN DIEGO, CA
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Insights Into Millennials in the Workplace

Our perception of the world is filtered through the lens of our values and assumptions, some of which are formed soon after we are born, while others develop later through the influence of our families, communities and socioeconomic and cultural experiences. Understanding the characteristics and attributes of the multi-generations in today’s workplace will begin the conversation and frame our understanding.

Every generation brings its collective experiences, complexities, and expectations to the workplace. I’m often asked, “Is Generation Y really so unique and different? Doesn’t every new generation bring their own set of values and expectations?” The answer is yes and yes! Millennials are unique in that they are the first generation of digital natives; they’ve grown up with not only computers, but the Internet and everything that these circumstances entail. Their social networking skills connect them with others who can quickly provide information, help solve problems, and make suggestions. This generation’s tech savvy has also connected them to many places around the planet, enabling them to view themselves as Global Citizens.

Session objectives:

• Discuss and review the characteristics and attributes of the multi-generations in the workplace

• Learn how to utilize the “rubric method” to increase Gen Y engagement

• Learn how transparency and trust are key factors in developing effective business relationships

• Understand the formula for Gen Y success: Why = context + rationale


Diane SpiegelFounder

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Sage Leadership Tools

This program qualifies for 1.5 HRCI credits.


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