THE NEXT GENERATION
TAPPING INTO THE POWER OF ‘GENERATION Y’
TO ACCELERATE YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH
Background: Fifty and sixty-year-olds are working beside 20-somethings. College graduates are now supervising employees old enough to be their parents. And these potential employees are changing careers faster than you can spell Millennial, creating frustration for employers under pressure to retain and recruit talented high-performers.
Purpose: Learn innovative ways to create a business culture that attracts, retains and encourages this new generation to achieve top performance and accelerate your company’s growth.
Designed For: Business leaders wanting to excel by recruiting, training and retaining the next generation of employees.
- New Age Recruiting – High Tech and Even Higher Touch
- Communication – It’s a Two-way Street
- 3 Cs of Retention – Clarity, Change and Community
- Teaching Gen Y How to Win – From Collaboration to Competition
- Work/Life Balance – Output vs. Method
- The Boomerang Effect – The New ‘Open Door Policy’
Special Features: Drawing on his vast experience in generational transitions within companies, both small and large, Dwain discusses the six key issues facing business leaders today when integrating Generation Y workers into their organizations. This relevant and timely content can be tailored for any size group in any duration from 30-minute keynote to full-day program.
Results: This interactive program provides insight and proven methods essential to building the high-performing workforce of the future.
Dwain DeVille, CEO and Author is a self-described “gym rat” of business. As founder of WaterMark International, he’s had the privilege of coaching top CEOs as well as working with more than one hundred startup and growing businesses.
Dwain innovative approach to business combined with the lessons learned from years of navigating successful provides his audience with knowledge and processes they can implement immediately as they work through the challenges of today’s dynamic business environment.
Dwain’s vast client list includes organizations from small enterprises to universities to major corporations, including the Fortune 50. Known for his laid-back, engaging style, Dwain is able to connect with people in all levels of an organization. This style adds value to the equation and has earned the respect and trust of his clients – leading to long-term business relationships.