May 12, 2016 - Training, Retaining, & Engaging Millennials

  • Thursday, May 12, 2016
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • UMBC Technology Center 1450 South Rolling Road ● 3rd Floor, Cafeteria ● Halethorpe, MD 21227 ●


  • Special rate for an enrolled full time student.

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Please join us for our May 2016 event with Laura McClernon!

In This Interactive Session:   

  • Identify the generational differences, stereotypes, definitions of work, and views of being trained 
  • Provided guided methods to efficiently train, retain, and engage your millennial workforce.  
  • Learn how to evaluate millennials' feedback to improve talent programs.  
  • Understand millennials' preconceived notions of the idea of “work” and their concepts of what it means to be "trained." 
  • Leave the session with 5 tasks YOU can implement to better tailor their talent programs to millennials

About Our Presenter:   

Laura McClernon  is an author, speaker, and trainer currently residing in Norfolk VA.  Her interest in studying millennials in the workplace comes from challenges she witnessed while working as the sole trainer at an international market research firm.  As a millennial herself, she has had countless conversations with peers and realizes the discrepancies of millennial expectations in the workplace. In 2014 Laura completed an eBook, "Stop Repeating, Start Recording." This resource was designed to help teach businesses how to communicate and distribute essential information in a cost-effective manner. She currently works in the wearables industry, specifically working with companies that implement fitness trackers into corporate wellness plans.

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