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 help Millennials accelerate the workplace learning curve and build skills to create meaningful, relevant work that moves them, and your company, forward.
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