The Great Resignation: Its Impact, Strategy Implementation, & Strategic Planning

  • Career Level: Intermediate career services and university relations and recruiting professionals
  • Competency: Organizing information, logistics, people, and processes toward desired outcomes
  • Fee: $49 (member); $69 (nonmember);
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  • Summary

    According to an article written by the Harvard Business Review in 2021, the greatest increase in resignation rates were employees between the ages of 30-45 years old; an article published by a LinkedIn editor suggested that 78% of Millennials polled during the summer of 2021 were interested in changing jobs and recalibrating their priorities due to the pandemic, trading prestigious jobs, startup perks, and even workplace passion for more flexibility and time off the clock.

    To assist professionals who are being impacted by the Great Resignation or have colleagues that are working toward developing strategic action plans to alleviate the negative impact of this workplace trend, Dr. Joshua Fredenburg will be sharing four leadership strategies from his newest leadership book on retention to help organizations address this challenge. 

    Following this program, you will be able to:

    • Develop a set of winning leadership strategies that will enable you to alleviate the negative impact of the Great Resignation;
    • Discover why employees between the ages of 30-45 years of age are having the greatest impact on the Great Resignation, which is being felt by organizations across the country;
    • Recognize the areas of improvement that are needed within your organization to alleviate the impact of the Great Resignation; and
    • Learn about current trends around retention and leadership that have been revealed in our leadership survey of 900 plus culturally diverse students and professionals between the 18-44 years of age.

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