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A Millennial’s Perspective on Social Capital and Sustainability

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Megan Keller is the Marketing Coordinator for a large dental group in Grand Rapids, MI. In conjunction, she is obtaining her Masters of Management with concentrations in Sustainability and Marketing at Aquinas College. Megan’s career goals are to help and guide companies to best incorporate sustainable resources within their company goals. She is passionate about helping people and businesses create a better world through utilization of quality sustainable resources and capital. Megan is a golfer, and enjoys the beach, and football. She can be contacted at meganlkeller18@gmail.com

Divya Parekh is an internationally-known business relationship and leadership coach, mentor, and speaker (www.divyaparekh.com/speaking).  Divya heads The DP Coaching Group, which helps entrepreneurs, leaders, achievers, coaching you to uncover your hidden motivators that allow you to achieve your personal, professional, and financial goals with laser focus and unstoppable confidence. She is also co-author of an #1 Amazon best-seller The Voyage to Your Vision and author of books on topics like Emotional Intelligence, Critical-Thinking, Leadership, and Influence.

Do the technology habits of millennials help or hinder their effectiveness in developing interpersonal relationships? Research shows that millennials have grown up with technology in every aspect of their lives. Technology has influenced how they receive and process information, work and social engagement.

Listeners will learn about:

  • The social capital’s relationship with sustainability
  • The impact of technology in building social capital
  • The impact of social capital on generational communication
  • Future implications of creating social capital using technology 

 

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