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Coaching Millennials: How Gen Y Became the Most Receptive Generation to Coaching

When:
Tuesday, June 26, 2018, 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM
Where:
The Heights Community Center
Argus Room
8001 Dale Ave.
Richmond Heights, MO   63117
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Join us on Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Coaching Millennials: How Gen Y Became the Most Receptive Generation to Coaching

Today, Millennials are the largest generation in population and in the workplace. In fact, by 2020, Millennials will make up more than half of the total workforce. As coaches, we must recognize that Millennials possess a completely different set of values, hopes and ideas that drive them towards success. In other words, for Millennials, coaching is the new managing.

While many top business executives are part of the more fastidious Generation X group, in order to be successful in their role as a coach and leader, we need to understand and embrace the differences of our successors in order to create a society that is effective and where individuals feel valued.

The ‘Coaching Millennials’ session is structured to involve participants in interactive learning activities that:

  • Identify pros and cons of personality labels and individual learning styles
  • Present practical tips to improve intergenerational communications between Millennials and more senior generations
  • Provide coaching strategies to better empower and guide Millennial clients
  • Mr. Dean’s professional coaching experience and training certifications bring an energetic and thought-igniting facilitation method that promotes interaction and encourages each audience to participate and contribute their knowledge to the group.

    There will be 1.5 resource CCEU's given for this program.


    Tim J. Dean is a recognized global coach, certified trainer and sought-after keynote speaker with a passion for empowering others to realize their full potential. A published author and motivational instructor, Tim also possesses an in-depth knowledge of the five working generations and currently teaches, “How to Leverage Generational Diversity” for the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at St. Louis University.

    With extensive business expertise across multiple industries, Tim brings a unique and powerful mix of strategy, empathy and real-world insights to every speaking and coaching engagement. Tim’s published work, Coaching Millennials, is available on Amazon in Coaching Perspectives V.

    Meeting Location:

    The Heights Community Center
    Argus Room
    8001 Dale Ave.
    Richmond Heights, Mo 63117

    Time:
    Purposeful Networking 5:30-5:50pm
    Meeting 5:50-7:30pm

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