Empowering Millenials

How are you growing your organisation’s future leaders from within?

While many Baby Boomers delay their retirement due to the economy, the leadership exodus is right around the corner. For higher education institutions that have been planning for succession, Gen Xers will easily move into key positions. Yet who will fill those mid-level leadership positions suddenly vacated by Gen Xers?

The obvious answer? Millennials

Yet even Millennials know they’re not ready to lead. In a recent study, 30% of Millennials felt they weren’t prepared for the responsibilities of leadership, citing a lack of confidence managing challenging employees and dealing with conflicts.

And by 2030, 75% of workers in Singapore will be Millennials – a succession disaster for higher education if this generation isn’t developed for leadership now.

What you will learn:

Learning Objective

  • Identify the three generations, and describe the unique characteristics of each generation
  • Describe and consider the workplace environment that each generation prefers
  • Compare the communication styles of each generation and identify strategies for effective communication at the workplace 
  • Gain an awareness about how participants can improve their workplace through learning more about their co-workers 

Who should Attend

Executives
Managers

Other information

Application

  • Build better rapport with the different generations within their team/ department/organisation
  • Communicate effectively with the different generations based on their main motivations
  • Provide feedback using the Ultimate Feedback Model
  • Engage the Employees for higher retention within the organisation
  • Reduce intergenerational conflict within the team/department/organisation through relevant case studies
  • Effective methods of confrontation

Learning Outlines

Leadership Self Discovery

Who are the Millennials? What are the challenges they face as leaders?
Overcoming Stereotypes and Weaknesses 
Embracing Strengths and Talents 

Strategic Focus

Leaders Eat Last. Being a role model.
Discussion: Mindset and Values of a Leader 
Discussion: Skillset and Abilities of a Leader 
Building a Shared Vision

A Healthy Culture

The Science of Habit
From Habit to Culture
Best Practices in various industries

Building Resilience

Mental Toughness
Principles of Visualisation 
Developing Motivation and Confidence 
Overcoming Performance Anxiety 

Productivity and Action Plan 

Principles of Productivity 
Effective Time Management 
Formulating Action Plan for a stronger team 

“How much are low performing employees costing your company?”

PRE-REQUISITES

Certification

Certificate of Attendance will be issued.

Refreshments

2 Teabreaks and Lunch will be provided.

Vivek Iyanni

Trainer Description

Vivek is the Master Trainer & Founder of YOU Training & Development [reg. The Kingers Pte Ltd]. As a Psychology Graduate, Vivek focuses on Leadership Training, Coaching & Consulting with a key focus on the Millennial Generation.

Vivek has worked with over 25,000 Millennials since 2007 in companies such as Johnson & Johnson, DELTA Airlines & Lagardere.

Vivek is the author of the Best Selling Book, ‘Empowering Millennials’. Vivek was interviewed on local media based on his book such as Channel NewsAsia and Oli 96.8FM and many other local blogs to understand more about the Millennial Generation.

Vivek’s big dream is to build a world of better Millennial Leaders within all organisations.

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