Critical Implications for Power Utilities and Infrastructure

November 11, 2019 2:00 pm


A startling realization is making its way across North America and the rest of the world... that Millennial's not only don't want to buy from pre-millennium and government organizations, they also don't want to work there.  The tables have turned and new generations aren't interested in the promise of far off retirement packages and demand for higher education while salaries are comparatively low.  They're wise enough to know that things change so fast there is no way these steeped institutions can guarantee anything at all.

The irony is, that new generations expect institutions, services and infrastructure to be there - and can be expected to have increasing needs for things like electricity for instance.

Follow the research trail in this talk that shows the little known facts about the combination of crumbling infrastructure with the inability of utilities and all levels of government to attract, or even interest new generation workers.  What can be done about it?  How long can baby boomers and x-Gens hold the fort? Attend and find out!

Janet Kieffer

Texas USA | Having been an acclaimed speaker across the US for a number of years, Janet Kieffer joins the conference to talk about the Millennial influences that are already ...
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Themes: Attracting and Retaining Millennial Mindset Talent; Emerging Approaches to Performance Management and Developing the New Knowledge Worker; How to Lead and Motivate New Generations; The Millennium Age Mindset Defined;