The Xavier Leadership Center (XLC) has partnered with the Thrivera Advisory Group to offer a Future of Leadership for Millennials Program, which is designed for millennials eager to sharpen their skillsets and equip themselves as leaders for the future.
This one-day program participants will be given the tools to think critically, discuss deeply, and explore an authentic way to lead, while crafting relationships to connect with this mission-based generation. Benefits include:
* Discovering their purpose & how to achieve their vision
* Gain an Understanding of the millennial generation cultural shifts
* Learn how to develop & manage authentic relationships
This program is next scheduled at Xavier’s Cintas Center on November 1, 2016, 8:30am – 4:00pm, for a registration fee of $625.
“The face of leadership in the 21st century has changed as millennials comprise the largest group of employees in the workforce today. This program offers guidance and skills to rising future leaders and will help them develop into a leadership role,” said Bruce Miller, Director of XLC.
The Future of Leadership for Millennials will be facilitated by Marvin Abrinica and Lindsey Wopschall. Marvin, the founder of Thrivera Advisory Group, spent 18 years with Procter & Gamble as a Brand Manager, and Human Resources leader. He served as a corporate trainer within P&G’s Leadership Academy teaching strategy, brand storytelling, and effective communication.
“One of my biggest passions is leadership development, and I am so excited to bring this program to Xavier,” said Abrinica. “I found in my own experience at P&G, there are a lot of young leaders with different attitudes and behaviors towards work. That has to be balanced with the fact that the core
principles of leadership have not changed. The Future of Leadership for Millennials is designed to cover that and much more,” said Marvin.
“Leadership is tried and true and people have been studying leaders from the beginning of time. The goal of this program is to provide insight to this new generation. We will cover contemporary leaders who they connect with in values and behaviors,” said Abrinica.
Lindsey Wopschall is a millennial leader. As a former local news reporter, she spent 3 years on camera covering local breaking stories and is currently the host of “Off Air and Online”, an online show with the mission to uplift, enlighten and encourage. Lindsey graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Communications and a certificate from the Comprehensive Leadership Program, a selective program designed to develop leaders within the framework of mission centered values: service, justice, faith and ethics.
“This new generation is taking over the workforce, and our generation is very different from the ones before us. We have grown up with technology and our values and ideas are not like other generations. This program will help coach participants to reach their highest potential and will provide leadership skills that enable growth, development and long term success,” said Wopschall.
To learn more information about XLC’s Future of Leadership for Millennials Certificate Program or to discuss a customized program for your employees, view the program description or call Elizabeth Leavy at 513-745-2942.