Training and Workshops

Workplace Expectations and Concerns of Millennials and Generation Z

How can you respond to these shifting values and new workplace demands in a cost-effective way?​

Meaningful work is more important than ever before: 90% of Millennials are seeking brands associated with a social cause. Furthermore, a lack of personal development opportunities is one of the main reasons why they leave.
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Aside from job security, having a strong employer brand in ethics and social responsibility is rated as the top high impact retention factor by both Millennials and Generation Z workers (2017 Change Generation Report).

Key Takeaways

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Communicate the value of your corporate social responsibility and employee volunteering programs

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Improve sentiment and morale with tangible steps to adapt current workplace and communication practices to the shifting values of the new workforce

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Explore corporate social responsibility trends, the benefits of employee volunteering and mentorship in the workplace

Retaining Emerging Talent

Join future of work policy advisor, speaker and 16-time award-winning thought leader Kelly Lovell to gain insight into the mindsets of young talent–Millennials and their successors, Generation Z. Globally recognized for her expertise, Lovell’s presentations have been enlisted by the United Nations, G7 Sherpas, the G20 and executive leaders around the world​.

  • In this workshop, you will discover the key characteristics that young professionals look for in businesses, explore effective millennial communication strategies, and learn how to create the brand purpose and meaningful experience they seek to make your company more future ready.
  • Put insights into practice with examples of how brands are successfully using skills-based volunteering, mentorship and cause marketing to foster loyalty among the next generation.

Who We Work With

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Lovell is dynamic and truly inspiring in presenting relevant and researched based information on Millennials and Generation Z. Our audience was fully engaged and we received excellent feedback about her presentation on the future of work! The presentation provided specific examples and tangible takeaways for human resources professionals and our membership really appreciated her insight. Lovell did a great job of inspiring our HR members to embrace the generational differences backed with knowledge and excitement.

- Diana Sarkis, President HPRA (Human Resources Professional Association), Windsor ​

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