Technologically savvy, eager – and almost as large as the Baby Boomer population - Millenials are graduating from universities and entering the workforce in mass numbers. …
Technologically savvy, eager – and almost as large as the Baby Boomer population - Millenials are graduating from universities and entering the workforce in mass numbers.
However, most are also unfamiliar with the requirements and expectations of corporate life.
This program discusses how professional coaching can assist these workers in their transition to the workplace and effectively harness their ambitions and skills.
* Annika Hylmo, Coach and Consultant, The Interchange Group
* Bea Fields, President, Five Star Leader Coaching and Training
* Misti Burmeister, Founder/CEO, Inspirion Inc.
* Shweta Khare, Founder and President, Career Bright Career Coaching Services
Generation Y members seek both purpose and meaning in the work they do. Parents of Millenial children taught them to aim high and that anything was possible. The result has been a highly educated, ambitious, and competitive emerging generation in today’s workforce.
However, Millenials have been micromanaged since childhood and often struggle establishing themselves in meaningful or lasting careers.
Our guests discuss how coaching can help Millenials align their ambition with their potential.