WMBA Madison Chapter and RASCW presents:

Myths of Engaging and Retaining Millenials

There is so much information out there currently on “how to engage millennials,” “how to retain millennials,” and “what millennials want.” Unfortunately, when we generalize people in this way (using a term that is now a decade old, and for a group of people spanning 20 years), we often miss the point of what we are trying to do in the first place. The key to engagement, retention, positive culture, and high-performing people starts with the individual. In this session, we’ll explore specifically how to talk with millennials, and stop talking about them.

Sarah Young, Zing Collaborative
I spent 8 years in the corporate world, where I became obsessed with human potential and working with individuals and teams to find the magic mix of talent, passion, and potential to make the greatest impact in a way that feels joyful and alive.
This is at the heart of the work I do today: increasing impact while increasing aliveness.
Working with me, you get equal parts former corporate executive + certified co-active coach + leadership development expert + experiential program leader + mindfulness student and teacher + nature lover.
In whatever way we work together, whether as a team, an organization, during a keynote, or 1:1, you'll find that our work comes back to the whole - work/life/soul/spirit/me/you/our world - because when we approach things in any other way, it simply doesn't work.


Location:   Promega Auditorium
                     5445 E. Cheryl Pkwy
                     Madison, WI  
Date:            Thursday, October 20, 2016
 Registration deadline October 17, 2016

Time:          1:30 pm      Registration
                     2:00 pm     Session
                     4:00 pm     Cash Bar Reception (Great Dane Brew Pub)

Cost:            $10  


Registration Deadline: October 17, 2016

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