Millennials are the largest generation in the workforce today at 52.9 million (source). For the Dayton, Ohio region, a fast growing organization called “Generation Dayton” is focused on helping these young adults grow personally and professionally.
Scott McGohan and Anne Marie Singleton are joined by Northwestern employees and current Generation Dayton heads, Melissa Carr and Michael Allen. Together, the four discuss how employers can connect to the millennial job applicant, advice for those under 40 years old, and the impact this organization has had thus far on the community.
Meissa Carr is a Financial Representative for Northwestern Mutual and is one of the acting chair members for Generation Dayton.
Michael Allen is a Financial Advisor for Northwestern Mutual where he operates in the College Unit division.
Is your company savvy to the ways of the Millennial? This young demographic represent tomorrow’s leaders, and they grew up in a vastly different world than previous generations. Scott and Anne Marie talk to Matt McNeil, an up-and-coming Millennial, about the potential Millennials bring to your business.
If you think your organization can’t afford to give back, think again. Scott and Anne Marie show how resources spent on charitable pursuits is good for employers, employees … and it’s good for business. When more people are selective about who they work for or do business with, a giving culture can give you the edge.
Business leaders often find themselves unable to turn to a colleague for advice or feedback. Fortunately, Aileron is here. Scott is joined by Joni Fedders, President at Aileron, to discuss how Aileron is creating a space where entrepreneurs can express their honest concerns and get valuable feedback.