Lindsey Pollak Offers Millenials Tips on How to Step Up Your Game at Work!
Just in time for end-of-year performance reviews, workplace expert Lindsey Pollak gives timely tips for Millennials on the move.
The author of the New York Times best-seller “Becoming the Boss: New Rules for the Next Generation of Leaders” shares strategies on how to master important meetings with your manager – from bonuses and benefits to mentoring and managing work/life balance.
Pollak, who has been advising companies for more than a decade, discusses the latest Gen Y research, workplace trends, and best practices on engaging this giant generation of go-getters.
Pollak provides answers to questions like:
· Where are Millennials leading today?
· What do you think is the most surprising finding from The Hartford’s 2014 Millennial Leadership Survey?
· How are Gen Y leaders different than boomer or Gen X leaders?
· How can employers encourage leadership among younger employees?
· What advice would you give to Millennials on handling end-of-year reviews, including how to negotiate a promotion or bonus?
· Where can viewers go for more information?
Lindsey Pollak is a Millennial workplace expert, New York Times best-selling author, and spokesperson for The Hartford’s My Tomorrow Campaign. She has more than a decade of experience advising both young professionals and organizations on the changing world of work.
She is the author of New York Times best-sellers:
“Becoming the Boss: New Rules for the Next Generation of Leaders,” and
“Getting from College to Career: Your Essential Guide to Succeeding in the Real World.”
Pollak (@lindseypollak) appears on several “Best People to Follow on Twitter” lists, including Mashable and Marie Claire. She has been named to the 2014 and 2013 “Top 10 List of Leaders in College and University Career Services” by the Career Services Insights Survey. Her website (www.lindseypollak.com) appears on Forbes’ “Top 100 Websites for Your Career.”
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