Cherrie Clay Wilkerson, Professor of the Practice of Management at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University
So many words have been used to correctly and incorrectly describe Millennials. As the largest generation in the workforce, they aren’t going away. Those organizations that take the time to learn the truth about Millennials and how to best coach them will have a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Are you ready to ask real questions about millennials? The answers may surprise you.
During this chapter meeting, you will:
- Understand why millennials are different from prior generations.
- Discover what motivates millennials in the workplace.
- Learn how to coach millennials in your organization.
Join your colleagues for live music, a catered dinner, and an engaging topic.
Student Members: $10
5:00 - 6:00 - live music, welcome, networking
5:45 - 6:30 - catered dinner
6:30- 7:45 - facilitated program
7:45- 8:00 - closing, networking
Parking: There is ample free parking.
Location is near I-440 and Nolensville Pike.
She has taught undergraduates, graduate students and executives for the past 12 years. Her academic and consulting interests lie in finance, marketing and entrepreneurship and her current focus is helping management teams understand and work with the Millennial generation. While at Vanderbilt, she has received the Distinguished Faculty Award and has been recognized by Vanderbilt alumni as one of the top 10 people who had a special impact on the student experience. Prior to Vanderbilt, Prof. Wilkerson was a partner for 13 years with Executive Perspectives, an entrepreneurial venture providing executive education to companies such as IBM, Xerox and AT&T. Prof. Wilkerson was a management consultant with Bain & Co. in Boston before joining Executive Perspectives. Cherrie received her MBA with high distinction from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College. Her undergraduate degree in business administration is from Vanderbilt University.