Millennial Strong for
Programs & Pricing
• Q&A for those streaming live
• Recording available on-demand for 2 weeks
• UNLIMITED employees
Works in cooperation with management team to provide insight/feedback from employees
“Refreshing insights on personal development. Great opportunities to learn more about business outside of my department, which adds more dimension to my effectiveness within my department.”
- Gloria Lin
25 years old, Logistics & Operations Manager
“It’s a breath of fresh air to learn exciting & new things outside of the weekly corporate grind. Learning lessons are definitely something I look forward to every week.”
30 years old, Electrical Engineer
12 Tips for Retaining Millennials
1. Invest in their personal development
Mistake: Wait until we're "worth" investing in...
Reality: "We LOVE to learn...we watch TEDx Talks and listen to podcasts for fun!
Solution: Create/encourage learning opportunities: seminars, weekly learning lessons, conferences, book groups, etc.
Remember: We see a lot of untapped potential inside of us...we hope you do too!
2. Care about our lives
Mistake: Work life & personal life should be completely separate.
Reality: Work life bleeds into our personal life...and that's OK for the right company.
Solution: Find ways to let us know you care...birthday present for mom, extended paternity leave, vacation, family picture board.
Remember: If we're more than an employee, you're more than a job.
3. Tell us we're making an impact
Mistake: Mission statements only live on your website, not in the day-to-day action.
Reality: We are driven by purpose & impact...are we making a difference?
Don't ask yourself:
What if you invest in your people and they leave?
What if you don't, and they stay?
Our most popular Learning Lesson topics:
Why Most People Don't Hit Their Goals
Separating Yourself From The Masses
Finance + Life Lesson: The J-Curve