“Your presentation was FANTASTIC!!! Every leader in our organization needs to hear your presentation and read your book. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for sharing your experiences, insight and expertise…and for making me laugh!! You are an awesome presenter!”
-Dragana Bjelobrk, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
“It was fabulous! We were thrilled and honored to have Buddy talk to our client base. More importantly, the feedback from our attendees is glowing and positive.”
-Jay Glunt, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C
“What an excellent presentation you delivered! I’ve seen several other presentations based on millennial research, and this one stands above them all. Thank you for sharing your energy, passion and insights”
-Kara Patena, Arizona State University, W. P. Carey Executive Education
Today, there are an unprecedented four generational groups coexisting in the workplace. This demographic diversity poses a challenge for employers, in terms of creating and managing harmonious workplaces, where each generation’s unique values and office expectations mesh. The newest group to enter the workforce, Generation Y, poses a particular challenge for organizations. Generation Y is not only different from past generations, but also misconstrued in many ways.
This talk examines the current multi-generational workforce, focusing specifically on Generation Y. In doing so, we debunk many of the myths associated with this demographic and explain how all generations can be a tremendous workplace asset. Incorporating the ideas generated from this talk will not only benefit retention within your organization but also create a more satisfied workforce across the board.
Points of Discussion:
- Understanding Our Starting Point and What We Believe About Gen Y
- Understanding the Different Generations
- Generation Y’s Top Myths
- Gen Y’s Top Attributes
- Understanding the New Rules