How Millennial and Gen Y Employees Can Grow Your Business
Millennials, also known as Gen Y, are the fastest-growing generation in the workforce today. Along with timely skills and valuable ambition, they bring a unique workplace mindset that can frustrate the most experienced leaders and managers. You may have seen this in everything from Gen Y texting at work, to their definition of “business casual”—even if they have several advanced degrees.
In Millennials @ Work, bestselling Millennial author Jason Dorsey reveals new generational truths based on his Millennial and Gen Y research that directly determines this generation’s workplace performance. He separates stereotypes from real research findings and provides specific strategies you can use right away to improve your Gen Y recruiting, retention, motivation, and much more.
Request info now on this acclaimed speech, available as a customized keynote, half-day, or full-day program. Your custom speech can also be enhanced with the Cross-Generational Workforce Index™ and Generational Power Index™.
Jason Dorsey’s presentation was informative, engaging and relevant. Our team left motivated to better connect with their Gen Y employees. I personally learned a lot and am proof that he can teach an old Boomer new tricks!
Greg Creed, President and Chief Concept Officer Taco Bell Corp.
Your attendees leave this program able to:
- Separate Gen Y and Millennial myth from fact
- Act on ready-to-use workplace strategies that maximize Gen Y and Millennial recruitment, retention, motivation, and more
- Drive Gen Y communication and innovation within a multigenerational workforce
Jason Dorsey is not available through speaker bureaus.
Jason with attendees after keynoting Taco Bell’s National Franchisee Conference. His speech to 1,000 franchisees received a standing ovation!
Jason speaks at Intuit National Headquarters twice! Here he is with Terilyn. Now he knows where to go for help with Quickbooks.
Jason keynoting an invite-only summit for leaders in financial services. They loved that he didn’t use PowerPoint!