Workplace Impact of Emerging Adults: Are Today's Employers Ready to Develop Emerging Adults





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Uploaded on Jul 17, 2009

Are Today's Employers Ready to Develop the Emerging Adults Joining Them Now Into the Executive Managers of Tomorrow?

Advising employers challenged by a new generation of employees who they cannot relate to, can't retain and who drive up costs related to staffing and productivity, Judy Anderson and Terese Corey Blanck are experts in an emerging, specialty field: they have researched and understand how the millennial generation of 18-28 year olds think, self-motivate and develop while transitioning into adulthood.

Because they are emerging into adulthood later than the boomers and other generations that are employing them, a unique complexity is added to the workplace. So different from those managing them, an understanding of millennial identity, cognitive and brain development is just the beginning.

The reality that Anderson and Corey Blanck will make evident is that many employers need to learn how to think about and work with Millennials in a new way. The good news is, developmental issues can be impacted and growth can be accelerated; and, you'll understand how the differing developmental stages your 18-28 year old employees occupy can have a tremendous impact on the workplace if recognized and acted upon decisively.

Watch the full webinar at http://workplaceimpact.eventbrite.com/

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