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Last week we talked about candidate experience through the eyes of the job seeker, and this week we’re going to talk about workplace trends through the eyes of Millennials.
These kids today with their mobile devices and instant communication and need for continuous feedback and the job hopping — the fact is, there are a lot of misconceptions about how the Digital Generation works, and what motivates them to perform.
PeopleFluent, an HCM technology company, has just produced and published its first proprietary research project on millennials. It highlights millennial workplace trends and how managers can use this information to better recruit, hire, engage and motivate the now majority of the workforce.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about workplace trends through the eyes of Millennials with this week’s guest: Frank Moreno, Vice President of Product Marketing at PeopleFluent, the leading total workforce HCM technology company.
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Special guest Jacques Bastien: Millennial Marketer, Hustlepreneur, Professor, Speaker, Writer, Designer, Founder of boogie, Breadcrumbs, and Authenpic is joining us today on another edition of XPollination. The founder of boogie (boogie.nyc), a disruptive social media and viral marketing agency helping brands engage with Millennials through photos, videos, music and conversations, Jacques has offices in Albany NY, Brooklyn NY and Los Angeles, CA . He is also a partner/investor/founder at a few others startups, including Cased Up (casedup.co), Breadcrumbs (trybreadcrumbs.com), Authenpic (authenpicapp.com), and What The Fee (whatthefee.co).
Jacques’s passion is in technology, startups, entrepreneurship, fashion, and social media. He runs a blog called hustlepreneur.co to help inspire, motivate and educate other young entrepreneurs. He is currently writing a book with my wife about young relationships. This book will feature stories from their relationship.
Jacques was the featured speaker this week at Startup Grind, which is powered by Google for entrepreneurs, as an up and coming young entrepreneur to watch.
Leadership today is more challenging than ever for many reasons including the fact that we have 4 generational groups in the workplace today for the first time. Could that have something to do with the abysmal figures from Gallup that more than 70% of employees are disengaged? Gen Y seem to pose a specific challenge for leaders. They are different from other generations but they have also been misconstrued in many ways. Today we want to shed a light on how to create harmony in the workplace and give engagement back to the workforce by understanding these different generations and look todays leadership skills required.
Todays Guest: Buddy Hobart
Buddy Hobart founded Solutions 21 in 1994. Today, the firm is a global enterprise that provides services in four primary practice areas: Leadership Development, Strategic Planning, Employee Life Cycle and Management Skills.
Buddy has appeared on television, radio and in print, sharing his expertise with The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, American Entrepreneur, and even Sporting News! He is a frequent and returning speaker at industry events and leadership forums around the world.
He has hosted his own radio show on where he explored the factors and trends that have an impact on today’s business.
He has written five books, including Gen Y Now: Millennials and the Evolution of Leadership.
Dan Caldwell-Concerned Veterans for America Condemns Hillary Clinton for Minimizing Problems at VA. Caldwell, a Marine Corps veteran currently serves as the Legislative and Political Director for CVA.
Andrew Plepler-According to the recently released Bank of America/USA Today Better Money Habits Millennial Report, millennials are confident in their ability to manage their finances.
Bridget Johnson-The Washington Editor for PJ Media reports Obama: 'Enough Is Enough' with 'Weapons of War' After Planned Parenthood Shooting
Caleb Kaltenbach-MESSY GRACE: How a Pastor with Gay Parents Learned to Love Others Without Sacrificing Conviction. Our conversations continues.
Ryan Mauro-900 ‘homegrown’ ISIS cases being investigated in US: FBI says Mauro, fellow with the Clarionproject.org, National Security Analyst and Adjunct Professor of Homeland Security.
Gabby Morrongiello & Sarah Westwood-The Washington Examiner's Political and Watchdog Reporters detail Trump on the campaign stump and the VA latest surprise.
Bob Waliszewski-He's Focus on the Family’s Director of Media and Culture & director of their Plugged In department which features the popular Plugged In website, Pluggedin.com. We review the weekends Box Office winners.
Four outstanding Center for Hispanic Policy, Research & Development Fellows are my guest to discuss how millennials can thrive embracing the CEO of Me, Inc. mind-set. Xavier Angeles, Shannel Paulino, Paola Ramos and Bridget Velez.
Xavier Angeles: 9pm Shannel Paulino 9:15pm Bridget Velez 9:30pm Paola Ramos 9:45pm
As the CEO of ME, Inc., you will use that intelligence to run your career as a business and the one activity you must never stop is networking. It's the machinery that drives your CEO of ME, Inc. business. That shouldn’t come as a big surprise; after all, no effective CEO could stay in business long if he or she stopped making contacts — without them, your days as a CEO of ME, Inc. or anything else would be numbered.
As an entrepreneur, you must purposefully continue to scan the market environment so that you may accurately identify and understand all market segments. One of the latest misunderstood consumer groups is that of millennials. In fact, the assumptions about how to connect with the millennial market segment have left marketing strategists puzzled about the needs and wants (psychographics and behavioral attributes) of this consumer group. So then, how can you more profitably market to millennials? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Is the cybersecurity skill shortage actually a generation gap? It would seem so from the results of a recent global survey of 4000 young adults by Raytheon and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). Among the findings: Only half of the men in the survey said they knew what a cybersecurity job entails; for millennial women, awareness was even lower – just one-third of respondents.
Join us for the next episode of Dark Reading Radio where Dark Reading Executive Editor Kelly Jackson Higgins will lead an in-depth discussion about what it will take for 18 to 34-year-olds to warm up to an exciting and rewarding career in information security – and what is holding them back. Our guests will include authors of the Raytheon/NCSA report, along with millennials Kerstyn Clover, a staff consultant on the SecureState Attack and Defense Team and Ryan Sepe, information security analyst at Radian Group Inc.
Register now and join us Wednesday, November 18, 2015, New York/10:00 a.m. San Francisco 1:00 p.m.
Millennials will be spending $600 billion dollars in 2015 as more than one-third of Generation Y are now adult consumers. Millennials should be a key focus for brands of all sorts as this generation now prepares to purchase their first home (5.2 billion renters will be buying their first home this year), have a baby and purchase a new vehicle. With this in mind, organizations need to be found online when these milestone Millennials are looking to make considered purchases for them and their families.
On today's show, we interview Tim McLain of Netsertive. They've done a ton of research on the behavioral changes and habits of millennials.
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Kathi Miller Miller is known for writing material and providing resolutions for interview tips, career advice and networking ideas. Kathi will be kicking it with Soy as they discuss the pros and cons of working with Millennials. This broadcast will improve your working relationship and make your work place a more productive environment. Meet Kathi Miller-Miller.
Jill Silman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, @jsilman Senior Performance Consultant at Insperity Recruiting Services drops by @DriveThruHR to share her perspectives on how millennials are all over the idea of transparency—from management to pay practices!
DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
Oana Amaria is an intercultural trainer and organizational development consultant with a specialization in workforce development and over 7 years of international development experience in countries such as Ghana, India, Mexico, Romania, and China. She is an expert in leveraging technology and social media to achieve blended learning outcomes that go beyond a single classroom experience.
She is a skilled presenter with extensive global experience in conducting high volume training, curriculum development, and e-learning. Oana is also an expert in leveraging technology and social media to achieve blended learning outcomes that go beyond a single classroom experience.
In today's interview, Oana and I talk about the global millennial mindset and what exactly that is. We also announced her Global Millennials column.
Today we have special guest Bruce Tulgan, bestselling author of It's Okay to Be the Boss, Not Everyone Gets a Trophy and his most recent book, Bridging the Soft Skills Gap, joining us for our 20th episode. Bruce is internationally recognized as the leading expert on young people in the workplace and one of the leading experts on leadership and management. Bruce has worked with tens of thousands of leaders and managers in hundreds of organizations ranging from Aetna to Wal-Mart; from the Army to the YMCA. Bruce was named by Management Today as one of the few contemporary figures to stand out as a “management guru.” Bruce also lectures at the Yale Graduate School of Management and writes articles for many different associations including TRAINING magazine and the Huffington Post. Before founding his company, RainmakerThinking in 1993, Bruce practiced law at the Wall Street firm of Carter, Ledyard & Milburn.