Cancelled: Lessons Learned from the Pandemic: Retaining Your Millennial & Gen Z Talent
This event has been cancelled.
The workplace as we know it has changed due to COVID-19.
For the foreseeable future, many organizations are working remotely or creating a safe socially-distanced workplace for their employees.
This puts added stress on HR and managers to ensure their Millennial and Generation Z employees still feel engaged, supported and connected.
Without the connection and collaboration that these employees are used to, the challenge to meet their needs and help them develop within your organization is even harder.
This workshop will address the workplace changes needed to keep Millennial and Gen Z employees engaged, how to best utilize their skills for your organization in these uncertain times, and how organizations can retain key employees in their Millennial and Gen Z talent base.
Join our dynamic program for:
- Ways to retain your Millennial and Gen Z workforce while working remotely or with limited interaction
- Strategies to keep morale high during the continued uncertainty
- How to ensure your workforce stays connected, engaged and cohesive
- Best practices to help your employees adjust to the new norms and continued changes
Keep your Gen Z and Millennial talent engaged and productive as the pandemic continues and make sure they stick around when everything settles down. This workshop will provide actionable strategies to get the most from your talented employees while keeping things on track as the uncertainty continues, plus:
- Identify generational concerns of COVID-19 specific to Millennials and Gen Z
- Use new workplace norms to keep Millennials engaged
- Identify best practices for working remotely, and how this can be a crucial retention tool after the pandemic has passed
- How to create a safe in-person workplace while maintaining collaboration and innovation
- Lay out ways to create a new workplace culture during the ever-evolving COVID-19 changes
- Ways to combat pandemic and compassion fatigue amidst the younger workforce
- Identify and discuss how COVID-19 has shaped the Millennial and Gen Z workforce – and what that means for your organization and leadership
About the Speaker
After studying at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Richmond University in London, and finishing her degree in Performance and Film Studies from Loyola University in New Orleans, Amelie Karam recognized that people in her Gen Y age group, known as “Millennials,” view the world differently than previous generations. The great divide between Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y piqued Amelie’s interest.
- Amelie is passionate about bridging generational gaps. She speaks and consults both nationally and internationally about how organizations can better work together to attract and retain the Millennial generation to ultimately bridge generational gaps.
- Through her Millennial perspective and rich research, along with her background in theatre, film, health, and wellness, Amelie brings an entertaining and informative voice to this important and highly sought-after topic of bridging generational gaps.
If you'd like this program customized for your organization, call us at 1-800-964-6033. We're certain we can fulfill your training needs, while making it fit in your budget!