Our upcoming event features human capital management expert and author Whitney Wrona sharing insights on how Millennials are changing business – and what you need to know.
Live Broadcast | Thursday, September 27th | 12:30 pm ET
About This Event
Generation Y, known as the “Millennials,” are introducing new dynamics to both the work environment and the marketplace. In fact, it is predicted that Millennials will comprise 70% of the North American workforce by 2025. Small business owners, entrepreneurs, and HR pros need to ensure their companies are ready. While values, expectations, viewpoints and experiences between generations are incredibly different and often in conflict, there are solutions. Join us for this engaging session as Whitney Wrona, human capital management expert and co-author of R U Ready 4 Y? shares:
- Insights into the future business landscape
- Practical tools to adapt and prepare for change
- Creative concepts for engaging with Gen Y
About Our Guest
Whitney Wrona began her 15-year career in the Health Care Insurance and Benefits industry and has extensive experience in Human Capital Management with industry-leading companies including ADP, RSM and Cigna. Her focus is on the fields of Training & Learning Management, Leadership Facilitation, Employee Engagement and Performance Consulting. Working across North America, Europe and Asia, she has been able to help drive a unified approach to service within a Fortune 500 organization. In 2015, she co-authored R U Ready 4 Y?: The Business Leader’s Guide to an Emergent Generation of Millennials in the Workforce. Whitney holds Bachelor’s degrees in Consumer Science and Speech Communication. In addition, Whitney is a Certified Master Facilitator with AchieveGlobal-MHIGlobal and holds a Certificate in Training from Yale University.
About Our Host
Fran Tarkenton is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame, playing quarterback for the University of Georgia, the Minnesota Vikings, and the New York Giants during a record-setting career that took him to three Super Bowls. Since retiring from football Fran has had a successful and publicly recognized business career, building more than 20 companies (including during his NFL career). Today, Fran is a trusted spokesperson for small business in America, appearing as a small business authority with television, radio, and print journalists.