Decode Millennials to improve company performance
“Millennials – America’s largest generation – are radically changing the way the world spends and works. [In every industry] they are disrupting your business today.”
– 2017 Gallup Report on Millennials
Millennials are profoundly different from every other generation.
As the least engaged generation, Millennials cost companies hundreds of billions of dollars in lost profitability, productivity, and innovation.
As a new, lucrative market, Millennials seek information and buy differently than other generations.
Look to Suzanne Kaplan to provide immediate implementable solutions and tools to Decode Millennials – so you can successfully stay ahead of the change curves bombarding your organization.
GET OVER THE MILLENNIAL STEREOTYPES & IMPROVE YOUR BOTTOM LINE
Suzanne’s engagements include
Optimize your multigenerational workforce. And reach the prime Millennial target market.
Optimize your multi-generational workforce. And reach the prime Millennial target market.
Bill BortonLong-Term Care Planning & Insurance Specialist
Suzanne knows more about the multi-generational workplace than anyone I have ever known. She's a terrific speaker and really good at getting boomers and millennials to understand each other and work together in effective teams.
Ann McNallyPresident at TMG Partners, LLC
Suzanne is one of the best speakers I've ever heard. Her ability to draw in the audience while she both educates and entertains her listeners is outstanding. I've learned a great deal from her about how multigenerational issues impact a company's ability to succeed. I keep those issues in mind as I work with my clients to help them achieve their strategic goals.
Debbie DeissrothDynamic HR Professional
Our members were extremely pleased with the insightful information Suzanne offered and the lively discussion that was generated among the multi-generational audience. In fact, members provided Suzanne the highest speaker rating yet this season!
Suzanne is an expert on the Millennial generation. She clearly portrays the ways this age cohort affects business today and the serious impact they will have on organizations over the next 20 years. Whether in products and services, investments, donations, demographics or research, this group will do things significantly differently than previous generations and cause innovative changes. Suzanne, like an artist, can paint a clear vision of the disruptive actions this group is causing and their impact on the world.Nicholas Tortorello