'The March of the Millennial Generation and What It Means For Business'
05 April 2017
191 St Georges Terrace
In 2015, millennials became the largest generation in the workforce and within ten years, they'll comprise almost 3/4 of it. This talk is ideal for businesses that want to enhance their medium and long term success by ensuring they have strategies in place to attract, engage and retain millennials.
This session will explore key intergenerational trends impacting on business and what this new dynamic means for how we engage, work and lead. This session will also:
1. Analyse key trends in engagement, demography and technology
2. Unpack "millennials" and give context to the world's largest generation
3. Look at what these factors mean for leadership, brand and the future of work
Presented by Holly Ransom
Holly Ransom is an experienced non-executive director across the private, government and non-profit sectors, in a statutory and advisory board capacity. Holly has a Law degree and a BA(Economics), and a background in complex change strategy, public affairs and risk management, government and stakeholder engagement and innovation and technology driven performance improvement. She is a renowned international expert on technological and consumer trends and their implications on social license to operate and the creation of shareholder value, and a trusted advisor to international governments and agencies on the future of work and entrepreneurship. Holly is a practised chairperson, leading the first G20 Youth Summit to successfully influence G20 Leaders in 2014 following her Prime Ministerial appointment to Chair, and is currently Co-Chairing the United Nation’s Global Coalition of Young Women Entrepreneurs after her appointment by UN Women’s Global Executive Director. In 2012, she was named as one of Australia's 100 Most Influential Women by the Australian Financial Review and in 2016, she became the youngest ever AFL Director with her appointment to the board of the mighty Port Adelaide Football Club. The owner and chief executive of Emergent, Holly specialises in disruptive strategy and digital innovation; talent management and leadership capacity building.
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