Transcript: linkedin.com/in/dcgoodwin linkedin.com/in/dallasandrews "Back In My Day..." facebook.com/providentwealthadvisors Harder to succeed DEBT! Finding a J.O.B. Dan Goodwin & Dallas Andrews ...Here's a little secret "What do they want?" "Result" Lets do this together! Is the "system" unfair? Millennial Initiative "Back In My Day..." Millennial Initiative Interview*** Ages 18-35 Is there a better/quicker way? What's the problem? No cheat code to life! Do I have what it takes? We know how to help! Helping hand @2020Provident Millennial?? Is the deck stacked against me? "Back In My Day..." "Call to Action" Just Google it... right?
Transcript: World System Builder World Financial Group Introduction About Us We a community of financial professionals on a mission to deliver the best financial education and revolutionize the financial service industry through a reliable, build-able system. We want to bring Wall Street to Main Street, and vice versa. We uphold the professionalism of a proper institution without the confusing and complex jargon. We also remember where we came from, keeping the authenticity and excitement of a grass-roots movement. We are a community of people who care and have a heart to help. We’re building a new industry and ready to change the world. Good News Generation Z Today Challenges National debt is in the trillions Taxes increase yearly Tution rates keep rising every year A Closer Look Colleges Type of School 4-yr Tuition: 2013* Tuition in 18yrs: 2031* Private $129,700 $312,200 Public $38,300 $92,200 *The College Board (www.savingforcollege.com) Solution Solution Ways to decrease debt: Spend less Save more Make more money Start smart money habits: Pay yourself first. Set aside as much money as you can monthly. Buy only what you need. Shopping can become bad habit or even an addiction. When people are young, then think they have all the time in the world. Before they know it: college passes by, they get married, and have children. Start to save as much as you can as soon as you can. TIME is MONEY
Transcript: Student - Born in 1997 Working Mom - Born in 1985 Single & available Characteristic: lively, generous, humorous, energetic, childlike Not yet have any concern about money, life balance Focus on "Studying & Playing" Thanh Dung - Credit officer at Vietinbank Married with one 21 month baby Characteristic: independent, thoughtful, sober, traditional thinking in terms of love & sex perception but open-minded to absorb new things to support her life As a working mom, she is fully dedicated in her job during weekday (13 hours/day), and devote herself to her baby during weekend. With her good writing skill, all key milestone of baby has been recapped as a funny & inspiring story to share with friends on Facebook. Crazy for posting and sharing food image for baby on Facebook by searching for healthy recipe on Google. Only trust in imported brands for her baby in terms of food, diaper, baby shower, baby cream --> Spending much higher than savings that make her quite struggling how to secure her life. Freshman at RMIT Vietnam Millennial user presentation Phuong Thanh CM - Nov 2016
Transcript: Takeaways/ Observations Every affiliate faces similar challenges - connecting programs/admin staff, direct care staffing, benefits/pay, internal communication challenges We are doing well in challenge areas for other affiliates - transparency, communication from leadership (D2 calls, lunch & learn, A Day in the Life, wellness & self-care) National office is focused on implementing and setting an example for the next steps and pilot programs - goal is to introduce the programs to senior leadership in September via video conference Background and timeline Next Steps/Programs Improve 1-1 relationships Create Community Connect employees to CEO/leadership Refresh approaches Listen & communicate more effectively Leverage employee talents Foster success attitude Lessen frustrations due to drama/negativity Key Strategies Key Insights Millennial Critical Characteristics Vibrant Workplace Attributes Key Drivers of Engagement Key Frustrations 1. Common Interactive Intranet 2. Interactive Leadership Forums 3. Onboarding Touchpoint Program 4. Supported Mentoring Program 5. Team Bonding Teams 6. Think Tank Teams Millennial Ideation Team Volunteers of America national office hired Mitchell & McCue, a business consulting firm, to assist with extensive research for Volunteers of America. They specialize in process management and relationship optimization and led the Millennial Ideation team. November 2015 - VOA participated in National Workplace assessment Created quadrant maps on workplace culture - frustrations, characteristics of Millennials, all employees February - April 2016 - Team completed homework based on survey results prior to conference in April April 2016 - met in Dallas with representatives from National office and each affiliate. Held interactive brainstorming sessions and created concrete ideas for creating a more vibrant workplace April - June 2016 - The team completed additional homework to determine the most appealing and feasible strategies and programs to pilot July 2016 - The national office compiled our results and came up with a summary report and action plan:
Transcript: Who do YOU think we are? Think Again.... Activity (If you would please, get out your phones) Now There is an Idea! Being Millennial Friendly Defined by technology Social What is in it for me? Individualistic Tackling the Millennials Comments: Population Breakdown Navigation Google Images Generations Xers Veridian App Optimistic/Realistic Millennials Integrated into lifestyle Technology is Key: Traits Celebrate Diversity The Valuable Millennial Google Images Traditionalists Assume Technology Attracting Millennials: The Role of Technology Google Images Thank You For Your Time Go Get Em' Tiger! Brought to you By: Jule Staton, Ian Huntley, Rob Ruchotzke, & Katie Grassi What did the Millennials have to say? Friends=Family Google Images Hard-Working Baby Boomers Multitask Fast Marketing To Millennials Provides Instant Gratification
Transcript: Lisa Lupient Media Consumption TV: These are websites I use daily. Results: I try to watch shows when they're on TV, but if I can't than I use Hulu or Netflix. I also watch both American and British TV shows. (Doctor Who an Torchwood are British and AMAZING) Music: Internet: ^ Don't hate, appreciate Read a book. It'll make you smart. Tech: Some of my favorite movies are animated and classics from the 1980s and 90s. I don't go to watch movies in theaters very much since I use Netflix for streaming and renting movies. -My Millennial Quiz score was 94 -I think this score is accurate because my life is centered around technology. I'll be on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, checking mail, playing video games, etc. for hours everyday. -Even though I have so much technology in my life, I can take time away from it if I want to. I'm not completely addicted. Books: I constantly listen to music on iTunes, YouTube, and my iPod. We use both Apple and PCs in my house. I also don't have a smart phone yet since my iPod touch works just like one. Hopefully I can have an iPhone or Blackberry by the time I'm in college. Movies:
Transcript: Millennials March 8th, 2019 How are Millennials shifting the benefits landscape and are you ready? Speakers Speakers Nancy Hess Principal, NJ Hess Associates Marlana Ricci Account Manager, Benecon The Panel The Panel Megan Dayhoff Human Resource Director, City of Williamsport Lauren Miltenberger, Ph.D. Asst. Professor & Nonprofit Coordinator, Dept. of Public Administration, Villanova University David G. Pribulka Township Manager, Ferguson Township Define: Millennial Define Millennial 1981-1996 Millennial Anyone born between the years 1981-1996 (ages 23-38). USA Today 35% of the current workforce. By 2030, Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce. The elephant in the room Common complaints about Millennials We are attached to our phones. We job hop. We don't have respect for the older generations. We are entitled. We expect instant gratification. Health Care How Millennials Approach Healthcare Appointments APPOINTMENTS Most Millennials don't have a Primary Care Physician (PCP) . They don't want to wait for an appointment, which has led to an increase in the use of urgent care centers. Time Off Work Millenials don't want to use their limited time-off work sitting in the doctor's office. No Time Off Work Convenience Convenience Telemedicine, also known as a Virtual Visit, is a great alternative for non-emergency medical issues. Rather use an app to schedule/attend an appointment than go in-person. 24/7 access to care. Discussion The Panel Megan Dayhoff Human Resource Director, City of Williamsport Lauren Miltenberger, Ph.D Asst. Professor & Nonprofit Coordinator Dept. of Public Administration, Villanova University David G. Pribulka Township Manager, Ferguson Township
Transcript: A marketing perspective on how Millennial culture and habits are impacting our fture. Basic Facts The Millennial generation is between 1981 and 2000 Roughly 79M in the US - making them 25% of the population - larger than the baby boomers Highly educated - highest college attendance of any generation Recycling generation Environmental Friendly Equal Rights in the workplace More technically advanced Always connected, always equipped Millennial
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