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The Millennial Wave: Key Recruitment & Retention Issues

March 28 - 9:00AM

In 2018, Millennials will comprise more than 36% of the American workforce. By 2030 they (along with their up-and-coming Gen Z brothers and sisters) will be around 75% of the workforce, and older Millennials will occupy key leadership positions in both the public and private sectors. Any company or organization that wants to thrive over the next 20 years must walk away from the many stereotypes you see in the popular media and come to understand on a much deeper level what this generational shift will mean.

In this presentation, we’ll dig deeper into what it means to be part of a “generation,” learn how to spot bad advice and pseudo-science on this important topic, and review some of the early research available on key factors in recruitment and retention of Millennials employees.

American Family DreamBank
March 28th, 9AM
One North Pinckney, Madison, WI 53703
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You can't yoga your way out of a tsunami of stress

March 7 - 11:30AM

There’s a lot of advice out there about mindfulness and meditation and exercise as ways to reduce stress. The problem is, you can’t “yoga your way” out of a tsunami of stress. Unless we build resilience and – perhaps more importantly – find ways to reduce the amount of stress flooding our minds and bodies, exercise and mindfulness practices don’t really work. In this presentation, I’ll explore the importance of emotional resilience and social networks as shields against the impacts of stress, and how we can reduce the amount of stress flooding our minds and bodies. From there, we can find mindfulness practices that work for us.

Tingalls Munch-n-Learn Series
March 7, 11:30AM – 1:30PM
Fitchburg, WI
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Our bodies and brains weren't design to deal with chronic stress. So we've got to find ways to shield ourselves against stress; relying only on stress management techniques isn't enough. Want to know more? Come to my Tingalls Munch-n-Learn talk on March 7th - seats limited, so RSVP today!
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