Generation Y are also known as millennials. People born between 1977-1990 or 1981-2000 depending on who you ask. There are many negative stereotypes about millennials including entitled, lazy, selfish, and slackers. After spending many, many years with Gen Y’ers in my home as well as in the work place hiring, training, managing, and teaching I disagree with those negative stereotypes. I see Generation Y as creative, independent, ambitious, and confident. Our most educated workforce to date has been shaped by structured activities, diversity, technology, blended families, school shootings and terrorism. In my experience, millennials are seeking to be acknowledged, challenged, and fairly compensated for work. Millennials are also world changers and difference makers.
If you are a millennial who is ready to discover your strengths, connect with difference makers, and achieve big goals then our Generation Y workshop series is for you.
Generation Y Workshop Series:
1. Generation Why – Character traits from your generation include confidence, optimism, and an eagerness to learn and contribute. Join other millennials in this workshop to answer three very important questions that will accompany you into your place as a world changer.
2. Work Your Network – Networking effectively is one of the most powerful tools you can use to advance personally and professionally. Improve your skills to successfully navigate academic endeavors, office politics, and other important relationships.
3. Avoid The Boomerang – You’ve landed your dream job and now it’s time to keep moving forward. These strategies will help climb the career ladder and make a lasting impact in your organization.
Nicki Sanders, Chief Visionary Officer of Packaged For Success, helps both youth and adults discover their personal power, dream big, and achieve success on their own terms. Ms. Sanders is an experienced trainer, group facilitator, and program manager who holds a Master’s degree in Social Work. Ms. Sanders has over fifteen years of direct experience with diverse populations in residential, school-based, and community based agencies.
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