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Sherri Petro – Generational Expert

  • Hundreds of presentations, workshops, and seminars to her credit.
  • Her passion is educating organizations on how to increase organizational sustainability by leveraging the talents and skills of all in multi-generational workplaces.
  • Sherri has stories, statistics, and style that drive the content home.
  • Sherri’s good humor serves her well as she works through serious organizational issues to achieve results.
  • Sherri is an edu-tainer.

 

We offer a free 30 minute discovery consultation.

No obligation. Just a frank discussion to explore if Sherri Petro can help you or your organization.

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Phone: 855-60-TeamVPI or 855-608-3268

Email: info@vpistrategies.com

Address: 11662 Calle Paracho
San Diego, CA 92128

 

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Generational Expert Sherri Petro shares answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.

1.   What are your tips for those who are Managing Millennials?
·       Start with the positive
·       Tell them what makes you happy
·       Be direct and clear
·       Expect a collaborative approach to reviewing performance
·       Learn about their career goals and align your requests, as best as you can, with those goals

2.   What are your tips for delegating to Millennials?
·       Name it. Be very clear on what you really want to happen
·       So what? Share the facts and why you need it to happen
·       Now what? Provide exactly what you need of them

3.   What are Smart Strategies for bringing out the best in Millennials while onboarding?

·       Have the technology set up for day one. Not having technology can be a sign of disrespect.
·       Get them on a field ride or job shadow early
·       Use a Baby Boomer mentor to help them navigate the organizational social network
·       Be the person that helps them grow!
·       Engage from the get-go. Bring them in early on projects so they can see the components