YOU MUST LEARN HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY DECODE MILLENNIALS.
THE FUTURE OF YOUR ORGANIZATION DEPENDS ON IT.
Millennials aren’t the future – they are the NOW. Talent Balance partners with organizations who have the foresight to know they must Decode Millennials.
Let’s start with the hard truths:
- Not only are Millennials the largest generation in history and the workforce – they are also the least engaged generation.
- Millennials are taking leadership roles faster than any generation in the last 30 years – but are ill-prepared for these leadership roles.
- Retention of Millennial talent – especially trained talent – is at a crisis level for corporations.
- As clients and consumers, Millennials seek information and buy differently than other generations.
Fortunately, there are positives on the other side of the equation:
- Millennials are the best-educated generation in history.
- Millennials have tremendous skills and talents that organizations need for innovation and growth in market share.
- Millennials have the most buying power, impacting many consumer patterns.
As companies recognize there is a direct correlation between successfully Decoding Millennials and corporate profitability, they look to Millennial expert Suzanne Kaplan, president of Talent Balance. Organizations must take full advantage of this complicated (yet uber-talented) generation’s skills and potential and find ways to effectively engage, communicate with and develop both their Millennial employees and clients.
Develop ways to more effectively communicate with and “reach” this generation.
Cultivate an inspired and cohesive culture in your company.
Talent Balance knows there is an absolute need for clear, actionable, and innovative strategies, as companies agree that Millennials impact both their current and future growth.
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.Ann McNally