Education SessionFive Tips for Managing Millennials
Friday, June 16, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM
It’s official. Millennials have surpassed Baby Boomers as America’s largest living generation. If you can manage to tap into this talent pool (which is massive), you’ll have a serious competitive edge. They learn differently. They are incentivized differently. They are attracted to employers differently. Embracing the new working class will reap a multitude of benefits when you learn the right ways to inspire and motivate them. In this session, we’ll cover:
- How they tend to view careers, decision-making and feedback
- What really motivates them in their job and in life
- How give-back campaigns attract them to your organization
Lucas, the founder, and owner of Watchmen Security Services has been tightly knit with the security industry going on eight years. Because of that, he is well-tuned to the ins and outs of other business models. Before Watchmen Security Services, Lucas developed and maintained the highest producing sales office in Kansas City for one of the largest security providers in North America. During that time, he experienced the good, the bad and the ugly. Then, Watchmen was born. It was his goal when he started Watchmen to have a company that was different from the rest, providing a service on which people of all walks of life could rely. That is why he and his team strive daily to provide service that his family would want and need. Because of Lucas, Watchmen is a security provider that isn’t concerned with the mighty dollar but rather the well-being and safety of our clients.
Lucas has worked with large industrial clients to police departments to small businesses to schools (large and small) to religious organizations to large-scale homes all the way to smaller homes to young newly married couples and much more.
Jamie has been in the security industry for over 20 years. Being second generation he has grown the business using unique technologies while developing a diverse and effective leadership team.