According to 2016 Deloitte Millennial Survey, 57% of Millennials expect to leave their current position by 2020 taking with them significant skills and company investment. Of those who plan to leave, 71% report dissatisfaction that their leadership skills are not being developed.
Representing the largest generation in the US labor market, Millennials are joining organizations with the expectation of flexible workdays, meaningful work, shortened tenure and ample leadership opportunities. This wave of work is an often stark difference to older generations’ values and ways of work.
Join Corey Jamison and the Albany Business Review for a one of a kind event and continuation of an annual tradition that brings women together in a casual, fast-paced coaching atmosphere.
Courageous leadership calls us to a higher level of competence and commitment to serve people and organizations. It calls us to do less, and BE more. It calls us to be COURAGEOUS as women, leaders, team members and human beings, in good and challenging times.