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Living in a Millennial World, and I am a Millennial Girl

2015 AESP National & Spring Conferences
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Kelsey Raftery

on 28 July 2015

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Transcript of Living in a Millennial World, and I am a Millennial Girl

Kelsey Cummings
|
SmartWatt Energy
Kristin Laursen
|
Michaels Energy

Spoiled
Entitled
Lazy
Addicted to Technology
Young
Hipster
Millennials

Gen X
Boomers
31%
Freshman
21%
Sophomores
19%
Juniors
22%
Seniors
7%
Masters
Slacker
Instant Gratification
Handed to Them
Inexperienced
Whine
Y2K
No Work Ethic
Needy
Annoyance
Idealist
Unfocused
IPhone
Google
Texting
Money
Millennial Students:
35%
Millennial Professionals:
41%
Non-Millennials:
24%
Student Survey
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Professional Survey
Millennial & Non-Millennials
62%
13%
24%
1%
Traditionalists
Are We Any Different?
Professionals
Students
Non-Millennials
8%
17%
56%
Post a Promotion to Facebook
Have at Least One Millennial Colleague
94%
Non-Millennials
452 Responses
Need It
18%
One Word to Describe Millennials

"Entitled hipster [brats] that think
they're better than everyone else..."
"Lazy. How much can I make and how little can I work."
"They've been coddled their entire lives and haven't earned or accomplished anything on their own."
One Thing You Want People to Know About Millennials
"While we may come off as self-righteous to most people, it's only because we demand a lot from ourselves and expect people to recognize that effort."
The
Stereotypes
The Reality
Dude,
sorry I'm late....
Millennials = Everyone Else
Few Opportunities
Millennial Survey
Improve Generational Relationships
4 Things to
#4
Teach Millennials the Big Picture
#1
Feedback & Recognition
How Their Role Fits

Formal
Feedback
Informal Feedback
#2
Collaboration &
Group Work
Why Embrace Millennials?
Millennials
Non-Millennials
Ideal Career Path = 1-2 Companies
They Want
to be Here
Stop the Stereotypes
I'm Capable.
Kelsey Cummings
Marketing Manager | SmartWatt Energy
Strategic Marketing & Brand Manager | Michaels Energy
Gen Xers
"A positive, enjoyable work environment and a healthy work/life balance is important to me & I will leave a company if I'm not continuing to learn & grow there."
"I don't care about ping pong in the office and company sponsored happy hours more than I do about my professional development."
Living in a Millennial World,
and I am a Millennial Girl

Misunderstood
Job-Hoppers?
Millennial Goals
80% of Millennials Want This
Non-Millennials Think We Want This
Millennials Don't Care About This
Non-Millennials Think it's the Most Important
Take a Lateral Move
Travel Frequently
Relocate
Millennials Will....
Work Long Hours
Attractive
Organization
We Care Most
About
Don't Care As Much About
Career Advancement
Professional Development
Good Benefits
Flexible Work Schedule
Casual Work Environment
Social Events
Freedom to Work How We Want
This is More Important
Achieve Career Success
Hard
Working
We're Different
Best of Bad Situation
Not Lazy
Take Me Seriously
This Doesn't Define Us
Kristin Laursen
#3
Technology
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