Maximize Millennial Engagement in the Workplace

Hosted On: Wednesday, November 16, 2016

About the Webinar

There’s no way to avoid it, Millennials are taking over the workforce. In the US, 33% of the current workforce is comprised of Millennials, but by 2025 this number will jump to 75%. Over the next few years, Millennials will continue to reshape industries, and businesses will have to adapt to engage this generation in order to maintain a competitive edge.

In this webinar, culture experts Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant discuss how to identify the strategies that companies must adopt to successfully engage Millennials. They’ll reveal the ways you can determine just how compatible your company’s culture is with this new generation.


In this webinar we discuss:


  • Four capacities that make companies more successful in this Millennial era
  •  The true forces that are shaping the Millennial generation and how that’s different from all the hype
  • Quantitative measurement of compatibility with the Millennial approach

About The Speakers


Maddie Grant
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Maddie Grant
Co-Founder, WorkXO
Maddie gained notoriety as an expert digital strategist who has helped hundreds of organizations engage with their customer base and build capacity for using social media and online communities to achieve business results. In addition to her culture work through WorkXO, Maddie is Editor of SocialFish, one of the most visited and respected blogs written for nonprofit and association executives. She is ALWAYS working on her next book, and the two she wrote with Jamie (Humanize in 2011 and When Millennials Take Over in 2015) are clearly just the beginning.
Jamie Notter
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Jamie Notter
Co-Founder, WorkXO
Jamie is a founding partner at WorkXO - helping leaders create stronger cultures and upgrade their workplaces, based on an understanding of organizational genetic code. He brings 25 years of experience in conflict resolution, generational differences, leadership, and culture change. Author of When Millennials Take Over, and Humanize and an adjunct faculty at Georgetown University.