Friday, March 31 2017 09:00am | Dublin Campus
Leverage your millennial workforce.
With four generations currently at work, the workplace is changing. A new generation has entered and is beginning to make its mark on how we do business: the millennials. Some people refer to them as disloyal jobhoppers; we refer to them as the biggest business opportunity in decades.
During this one-day, highly interactive program you’ll learn how to effectively manage across all four generations in your office. The program is based on the research insight of more than 12,000 surveys and interviews combined with the latest groundbreaking thought leadership. We will use two proprietary assessments to allow you to identify your work and communication styles. This knowledge will allow you to flex your styles and better lead your team and organization to success.
• One-day program
• Delivered in person
• Friday, March 31, 2017
• 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
• Breakfast and lunch are included
• $250/per seat until March 3rd
• $300/per seat after March 3rd
• Group discounts available on 5 seats or more
• Defining Generational Differences
• Generational Effects on Strategy
• Recruiting the New Generation
• The Millennial Work Environment
• Ongoing Development
• The Technology Impact
• Soft Skills and Social Capital
• Communicating and Coaching
• Motivation and Compensation
• Selling to and with the Millennial Generation
• Closing the Generational Gap
About the Instructor
Dr. Adam Rapp, your program instructor, is an associate professor of marketing at Ohio University. He has taught at Kent State University, Clemson University, and University of Alabama. Adam has presented research at Harvard, Columbia, and Northwestern. Additionally, he brings wide international teaching experience from around the world, including China, Belgium, Greece, Chile, and Colombia.
Adam has a Ph.D from the University of Connecticut and an M.B.A. from Villanova University. His research examines factors influencing the performance of salespeople, sales teams, and sales organizations. He has authored three books and forty-three academic publications.
Adam has consulted and trained with sales and management teams from around the world including Adidas, AchieveGlobal, Bayer Pharmaceutical, Hewlett Packard, IDR Staffing, Kimberly Clark, Stryker Medical Devices, Morgan Stanley, Shaw Flooring, Siemens, Caterpillar, Ecolab, Verizon Wireless, and countless others.