Is your company attracting the best Generation Y employees, the fastest growing segment of the American work force?
At this year’s International Corporate Citizenship Conference, keynote speaker Nadira Hira will talk about how to creatively engage Generation Y as important contributors to corporate culture and productivity, on racial and generational diversity, and on the role of social networks in the modern workplace and in society in general.
As the baby boomers begin to retire, businesses are realizing that they may have no choice but to accommodate these curious Gen Y creatures.
These young people – self-absorbed, gregarious, multitasking, loud, optimistic, pierced – are exactly what the boomers raised them to be, and now they’re being themselves all over the business world. It’s going to be great.
Hira wrote Fortune’s widely discussed 2007 cover story on Gen Yers and their impact on corporate America. Her media presence extends to television, where she has been a featured personality on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” and ABC’s “America’s Black Forum”, a regular contributor to VH1′s “The Fabulous Life” and BET’s “Black Carpet”, and an expert guest on many major outlets, including CNN, CBS, MSNBC, CNBC, and BBC-A.
Hira’s message is just one more valuable element of the 2010 International Corporate Citizenship Conference where you will find solutions to your company’s challenges through keynote speeches, breakout sessions and networking opportunities.
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