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THE GEN Y LEARNING CURVE: WHAT THEY NEED FROM FIRST DAY TO FIRST PROMOTION

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THE GEN Y LEARNING CURVE: WHAT THEY NEED FROM FIRST DAY TO FIRST PROMOTION
Date:
September 25, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
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THE GEN Y LEARNING CURVE: WHAT THEY NEED FROM FIRST DAY TO FIRST PROMOTION

Nearly 60% of college graduates say college didn’t prepare them for the workplace. The majority of hiring managers agree. New grads are talented and ambitious, but there’s a knowledge gap to bridge.

G5 research of 500 college grads with 3 years of work experience say what they need most is workplace intelligence: communication, social agility, work culture and productivity. Hiring managers agree, point-for-point.

The difficulty is delivery. Old, out-of-style learning and training options feel boring and create dread around engaging. Learning managers lose credibility as people who know what they need.

Gen-Y has been raised in a world of products where form and function, beauty and application, coexist: Apple, Nike, Google and Facebook. Current online learning hasn’t caught on, or up.

This session will talk about aligning training with a new generational workforce. Don’t lose Generation Y in the perceived generation gap.

More than 50% of the workforce is slated to be Millenials by the year 2020. Now is the time to help Millennials accelerate the workplace learning curve and build skills to create meaningful, relevant work that moves them, and your company, forward.



THE GEN Y LEARNING CURVE: WHAT THEY NEED FROM FIRST DAY TO FIRST PROMOTION answers these three questions:



1. What Generation Y research tells us about the way they think, act and what they expect.

2. Why twenty-somethings are positioned to define their careers now.

3. How training and development needs to change to give Generation Y what they deserve.

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Who Should Participate
Those who work with Millennials.
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What You Will Learn
  • What Generation Y research tells us about the way they think, act and what they expect.
  • Why twenty-somethings are positioned to define their careers now.
  • How training and development needs to change to give Generation Y what they deserve.
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Express Employment Professionals
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Dragon College of Business
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Bridgepoint Education
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California Commercial Asphalt
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Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
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Highmark Blue Shield
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Pinstripe, Inc
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Woman's Life Insurance Society
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PPG Industries, Inc.
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Kirkland & Ellis Llp
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HCA Physician Services- South Atlantic
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Unc Charlotte
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Addison On Bay Limited
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FLS Energy
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Disappointed in the 20 minutes of time waiting for sound issues to be resolved. Also had printed out the slides so would be easy to make my notes and refer to as want to discuss with some of the team.....the slides were not all covered and not in the same order as on the website - that was frustrating for me. Material was good and gave food for thought 3 / 5
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Gen Y have been encouraged and have the confidence to speak up and participate since they were very young. So companies should expect this to happen in the workplace. It is actually refreshing to have them give input to challenge the status quo. 5 / 5
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State Of Oregon
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Hammond Electronics, Inc.
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Maryland Transit Administration
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Dalmac Energy
I'm sure I could have learned something from this webinar if the sound quality issues were resolved. However the lady on the line did not handle the stress very well and I opted out. 1 / 5
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Pacific Management Consultants LLC
Older managers make a significant investment in their younger employees when they provide the employees learning dynamics that fit their needs... One Click Learning; Short Chunks; Mobile. 4 / 5
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Concept Solutions Llc
Thank you! 4 / 5
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Georgia Southern University
The audio issues made it unbearable to sit through the webcast. I left after 20 minutes of no information being shared due to the audio issue. I'm sure the speaker had great information but I do not have time to sit and not be able to hear what is being shared. 1 / 5
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Weatherford International
Very good presentation. 4 / 5
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Hamilton Port Authority
I was a little disappointed - I though the webinar was going to delve into the expectations of the Millennium generation and offer more advice, tips, etc. The first part of the presentation started to do that, after that, it became an infomercial for GS Leadership. I wish if this was the purpose of the webinar, it had been stated up front. 2 / 5
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Very motivating pitch for those who believe that even in 2013 there is still a lot of waste in the training industry. I liked the surprising statistics that are equal between millenials and boomers... 5 / 5
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