As increasing numbers of millennials enter the workplace, strong opinions have already been formed about this new generation. Join us for this one-hour webinar which will:
help separate the millennials’ behavioral myths from reality and provide specific strategies that every generation can use to lead to a more effective work environment and stronger intergenerational teams.
examine how millennials view work as they begin their careers in the midst of an economic crisis, how they plan to meet their work-life challenges, and their expectations about flexibility in the workplace.
offer practical recommendations to help boomers and gen Xers respond to the opportunities that millennials bring and motivate and inspire millennials to navigate their career success.
offer strategies for millennials to employ that can help other generations see beyond the stereotypes.
Registration is limited to the first 500 registrants. Using GoToWebinar, participants will be able to ask questions online during the webinar. You must have internet access to participate.
Once registered with Boston College you will receive additional information and a link to register with GoToWebinar a few days prior to the event.
About the presenter:
As president of the Rikleen Institute for Strategic Leadership, Lauren Rikleen conducts workshops; speaks at conferences, retreats, and professional events; and provides training programs focusing on unconscious bias, strengthening intergenerational relationships in the workplace, and women’s leadership and advancement.
Lauren is also the executive-in-residence at the Boston College Center for Work & Family in the Carroll School of Management.
Lauren is the author of You Raised Us - Now Work With Us: Millennials, Career Success, and Building Strong Workplace Teams
. Her other books are: Ending the Gauntlet: Removing Barriers to Women’s Success in the Law
and Success Strategies for Women Lawyers
. Lauren has authored more than 125 articles, including topical commentary and op ed pieces in major media outlets.
For more information contact Boston College Alumni Education at 617-552-4700.