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May 2019 Monthly Workshop - Millennial-ize It: Simple Strategies to Make L&D Programs Relevant to Millennials

  • 4 May 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Temple University Ambler Campus - Learning Center - Room 302/303


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Over 74% of millennials say their employers don't provide enough relevant professional development opportunities. Today's companies are struggling to recruit and retain high-performing millennial professionals as a result of their outdated learning and development strategies. In this interactive workshop, Dr. Brandi Baldwin, from the Center for Millennial Engagement, will outline a simple framework to help L&D professionals assess, update, and implement more relevant programming for today's multi-generational workforce.

Session Objectives

Attendees will:

  • Understand the current trends in millennial engagement.
  • Identify learning and development best practices that are less appealing to millennial professionals.
  • Learn new strategies for engaging today's maturing millennial professionals.


Dr. Brandi Baldwin-Rana

Dr. Brandi is the CEO at Millennial Ventures Holdings, the parent company to a growing portfolio of women and minority-owned businesses. Prior to her role at Millennial Ventures, she spent over 6 years as a Business and Psychology professor at institutions such as Temple University, Harcum College, and Johns Hopkins. In 2018, she was invited to join the teaching team at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, where she currently teaches Management Communication.

After publishing her first book on corporate leadership, Dr. Brandi has become a thought-leader who is tapped by organizations like Discover, Comcast, and the Federal Government to share her unconventional insights on engaging the millennial workforce, leadership, and diversity. Dr. Brandi was also the 2017 commencement speaker at Brightwood College where she shared her perspective on how to achieve "career freedom", a concept that she teaches professionals around the globe.

She was appointed to Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney's Millennial Advisory Commission in 2017 and was recently named one of Philadelphia's Most Influential African American's by the Philadelphia Tribune. In 2018, her company Millennial Ventures received the Small Business of the Year Award and the Philadelphia Business Journal awarded her as one of Philadelphia's 40 Under 40.

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