Workshop Session | Thursday, June 28 | 11:55 – 12:40 p.m.
Track: Performance Management
What thoughts come to mind when you hear the word “millennial?” How are these beliefs driving or hindering the success of your organization? Data shows that the millennial generation has just as much potential to perform as their predecessors. So, what’s the big deal with millennials? In this session, we will discuss what contributes to millennial uniqueness, debunk the most widely believed “millennial myth,” and identify top strategies for cultivating a positive multigenerational workforce to amplify organizational performance. It’s time to bridge the generational gap to encourage talent development for all and leverage generational diversity as a fundamental organizational asset.
What will you learn?
- Debunk the most widely believed millennial myth with evidence-based realities and recognize similarities across generational boundaries.
- Identify the current state of individual and organizational perspectives on diversity and inclusion to amplify organizational performance.
- Outline effective tactics for cultivating a positive multigenerational workforce.
- Examine current efforts and identify a novel approach to make generational diversity an asset to your organization.
|Alycia Angle, Talent Management Consultant, Ochsner Health System
Alycia Angle is an ENFP who makes an impact in organizations through insightful and creative solutions that encourage human development. Alycia provides a range of consultation and learning services to develop leaders and teams, solve problems to further business initiatives, and identify organizational improvements at the individual, leader and executive level. Alycia leads by creating a vision to guide others to a new perspective and she influences by listening to and incorporating others’ ideas. Upon completion of her master’s degree in Industrial and organizational psychology, Alycia moved to New Orleans and currently serves as a senior talent management consultant.