With 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day, it is no surprise that eighty nine percent of executives rate the need to strengthen, reengineer and improve organizational leadership as an important priority. This means that engaging Millennials with the right learning solutions is paramount. Due to Millennials desire to learn quickly and virtually, the traditional 8-hour classroom training platform is quickly falling out of favor. Rethinking training for a generation that will comprise 75% of the workforce by 2025, is becoming of the utmost importance.
This webinar focuses on 6-transformational techniques for engaging Millennials with virtual training. Steven Van Cohen, founder of 21mill, will provide key insights into 21st century learning approaches that align with Millennials learning desires. Seventy-one percent of Millennials who are likely to leave an organization in two years are dissatisfied with how their skills are being developed. Sixty-nine percent of Millennials aspire to be leaders in the next five years and 60 percent of Millennials want training to develop these skills. With such a desire for training, the opportunity is prime to develop solutions that will impact the growth and development of our young professionals. Join us on the webinar to discover the innovative ways to truly impact Millennial learning.
• Short and Sweet – The 8-Second Rule
• Blend and Bind – Transferability Factor
• Relevant and Relatable – Topics That Matter
• Collaborative and Communal – Leveraging Social Integration
• Mobile and Malleable – Easy On Demand
• Incremental and Inspiring – Motivational Momentum
Steven Cohen is the founder of 21mill, a training company built specifically for the advancement of young professionals and CEO of Meyvn Global, an international training firm specializing in unlocking human potential. Steve has trained thousands of people all over the world, is an ATD published author, keynote speaker and writer featured in Forbes, Trainingmag.com and TD (Training Development). Steve holds a MS in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University and a BA in Speech Communication from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana.