Millennial Leaders on the Move: Preparing New Leaders for Frontline Management
Date: Friday November
Time: 8:30 - 10:00 A.M
(30 minute networking before and after)
PLEASE NOTE: Our speaker will be presenting via video cast. People
are invited to gather at Schneider Electric to view and for face to
face discussion. A light continental breakfast will be provided. Please
be sure to bring your laptop as this will be an interactive live session
There is a lot of hoopla right now about the strengths and weaknesses of the Millennial generation as they continue their steady entrance into the workforce. But one thing is clear: as Baby Boomer retirements continue (19,000 a day for the next decade), our frontline leaders and team managers likely will be drawn from the Millennial ranks.
Organizations that have not developed retention plans for their Millennial workforce are already experiencing the cost of churn as these workers leave their first jobs. Seeking continuous learning, as well as the opportunity to lead meaningful projects that make an impact in the world, Millennials intend to go where their skills are valued and developed. It can cost $25,000 to replace a Millennial employee, but the retention solution is right in front of any forward-thinking organization: develop the skills of your emerging leaders now and prepare them for increasing responsibility in their first management roles.
After this 90 minute
session you will be able to:
Join Cynthia Clay as we explore the path to leadership for our next generation of leaders.
Who Should Attend
- Describe the leadership
skills prized by emerging leaders that your organization attracts
and retains Millennial talent
- Develop emerging leadership
skills in Self-Development, Performance Management, Team Performance,
and Organizational Impact
- Leaders in Talent Management
and Leadership Development
- Directors in Human Resources,
Training & Development, and Organization Development
- Anyone who is responsible
for attracting, retaining, and developing the skills of emerging leaders
Cynthia Clay With over 30 years in training and management development
and a passion for using technology in the service of learning, Cynthia
Clay has channeled her vision into creating a company, NetSpeed Learning
Solutions, that is an industry leader in the development of high quality,
innovative, and successful blended and virtual learning programs for leaders
at all levels. She is committed to developing leaders who lead better
virtually. Ms. Clay is a recognized pioneer and expert in the field of
blended and virtual learning strategies. She is also a highly sought-after
speaker at industry conferences.
Parking & Entrance:
- Free covered parking
is available behind the building.
- Please do NOT use guest
parking spots in the front of the building. R
- Use the covered walkway
to get to the building
- Turn left at the security
desk (no need to check in), and go all the way to the end of the hall
to find the elevators
- Go to the 10th floor and
use the glass doors with the reception just inside.
- IMPORTANT: Your name must
be on the registration list and you will need a photo ID to be admitted.
Click here for a map to the location.
Must register by 5 PM central time the day before the session. If you
are attending virtually, you will receive conference information a few
days prior to the event.
Registration Fee $5
here to pay/register for this event.