Seeing Millennials as Partners, Not Clients
Recorded On: 04/05/2017
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Join Kyle Freedman for this session on how to create value of an HR Partnership Program. This presentation will focus on the paradigm of HR partnering with millennials to create talent retention and development initiatives. The presentation will describe a case study where millennials, supported by HR, were provided ownership to design, implement, and evaluate results for a leadership development program focused on millennial employees. Program results including program components, retention and development metrics, ROI and methods to mitigate risk will be discussed.
Corporate Training Manager
Kyle Freedman is the corporate training manager at Enercon Services, Inc. Kyle has more than 10 years learning and development experience in for-profit, nonprofit and government services. His specialties include leadership training, succession planning, and executive coaching.
Human Resources Manager
Jennifer Gillilan is the human resources manager for ENERCON Services Inc., an architectural engineering, environmental services and consulting firm with 26 offices nationwide. She has over 15 years of experience in human resources, having worked in the technology and professional services industries as well as for nonprofit groups. Her specialties include employee relations talent acquisition and performance management. She has an undergraduate degree from Georgia Techand an MBA from Mercer University, and she is PHR certified.
Paige Wheeler is a Corporate Trainer for ENERCON Services Inc. While new to the industry, with only a little over a year of experience, her background is in sales, customer service, and community service have prepared her well for the soft skill training she offers. She is skilled in program development and implementation, coaching, team building, and public speaking, and strives to provide training that is not only valuable to professional development but also fun and engaging. She has an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia.