“DUDE, WHAT’S MY JOB?”
Developing and Training Millennials in Today’s Global Workforce
Brad Karsh, President, JB Training Solutions
Recorded: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Millennials are infiltrating the workforce while managers and older generations are scrambling to understand and work with this fascinating group. The phrase “What’s up with the kids these days?” is not a new one, but with millennials, there seems to be an entirely new set of challenges and opportunities. By 2015, Millennials will outnumber Boomers in the workforce – Are you ready?
How are you training your millennial employees to meet the demands of a global economy? Studies show that regardless of nationality, millennials want meaningful jobs, flexibility, a strong connection to their supervisors and teams, and recognition/appreciation. How can you adapt and meet the needs of this changing workforce when it comes to training, learning, and development?
In this engaging webinar, participants learn everything they need to know about millennials around the world. What makes this generation tick? What are their assets, liabilities, communication preferences, and top motivators? Importantly, participants discover the significant differences in millennials from country to country. How are Millennials from India impacted by their emerging middle class? How have Millennials in China been affected by family planning laws? Brad Karsh provides a plan of attack on how to manage, train, and motivate millennials across the world by providing a “SPECIAL” framework of international managerial techniques.
Brad Karsh is President, Keynote Speaker, and Generational Guru at JB Training Solutions. An accomplished public speaker and author, Brad has been featured on CNN, CNBC, and Dr. Phil and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, New York Times, USA Today, and many others. Brad is also the author of three business books including Manager 3.0: A Millennial's Guide to Rewriting the Rules of Management (Amacom, 2013).
Prior to creating JB Training Solutions, Brad spent 15 years at Leo Burnett in Chicago. He began his career in Account Management, working on clients including McDonald's, Procter & Gamble, and Pillsbury. He then moved into the human resources department and was tasked with the responsibility of hiring and training hundreds of employees. Brad conducts training at major companies including Abbott Laboratories, ConocoPhillips, Walgreens, Discover, Dick's Sporting Goods, The Chicago Blackhawks, and The Big Ten Network, among many others. As a speaker at the 2012 National Society for Human Resource Management Conference, Brad was rated 3rd on SHRM's list of more than 150 speakers.
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