From The Mouths Of Millennials: Priceless Tips For Managers

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Malati Shinazy, TD & OF Consultant/Facilitator, Pacific Leadership Consultants

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Big data can give us demographic numbers to crunch and analyze. But that’s not enough for us to be the
most effective managers we can for our Millennial employees.

Listen to what they are saying:

  • What is on their minds?
  • What is important to them now?
  • How can we break the 1.5-year-average retention rate?
  • How can we engage them to produce their best work?

Learn the insights that emerged from an open-ended survey conducted with employees born
between 1980 and 1992. These priceless tips will make us the best managers Millennial employees can ask for.


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Malati Shinazy
Malati Shinazy

TD & OF Consultant/Facilitator, Pacific Leadership Consultants

Malati Marlene Shinazy (first name rhymes with “Quality”) has improved organizational cultures worldwide as an organization/talent development and organization effectiveness expert. She delivers strategy and solutions to improve cultures, skills of leaders, managers, and diverse and inclusive teams during varied economic cycles, mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, and expansions into new markets.

Formerly, Malati was chief learning officer and vice president of learning, talent management, and organization development for Silicon Valley–based firms, Fortune 100, and regional companies.

Clients benefit from her experience of being an internal champion who experienced the same real-time stress and pain points they do, along with business acumen, insight, and breadth from consulting with hundreds of organizations, across sectors, industries, and

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