Dr. Kent Wessinger can help you quickly transform your millennial weakness into a source of strength, growth, and a clear path forward. Kent’s globally recognized research identifies real-life tendencies and outcomes related to sustainable growth with millennial employees and customers.
As a Human Resource Management Firm we are responsible for helping over 100 employers interview, hire and retain their talent. I found Kent’s information regarding millennials informative and indispensable as it relates to the thought process of millennials and how they view life and employment.”
Allen Edwards, President, Personnel Options, Inc.
Dr. Wessinger’s talk on millennials inspired and frightened me at the same time - frightened because I'm not a millennial myself (I'd be considered Generation X), and inspired because it came across very clearly that those of us non-millennials may have to step up our game a little if we want to keep pace. And that's not a bad thing.
Thomas Hoofer, Griffin Daily News
I found Dr. Wessinger’s topic on millennials to be discouraging and motivating. Discouraging because if we the people don't get onboard, we are going to have a serious problem in our companies. Encouraging because we only have to make a few changes to engage our millennial employees and consumers.
Amy Dunham, Edward Jones Investments
“Dr. Wessinger’s talk let me see that millennials are in a world of their own, which means that our response to their growth is critical"
Steve Trawick, Administrator - Hospice
Dr. Wessinger’s talk on millennials helped me see that risk is better than regret! These millennials, who refuse to admit to the impossibility of being able to bring about significant change, actually do; and those of us who criticize the millennials … forget who raised them.
Teresa Watson, Office of the City Manager, Griffin, Georgia
Dr. Wessinger’s millennial topic was relaxant, engaging and much needed to improve our economy and workforce.
Tony Dunham, Delta Airlines
I found Dr. Wessinger’s presentation very thought provoking and learned that to sustain growth, and ultimately to survive, US business are going to have to develop successful strategies that embrace millennials.
Ryan Adcock, Sumika Polymer Compounds America––Production Control Manager
Kent presents a powerful and compelling message on a subject that is critical to the future of any business or organization.
Mark Mitchell, Atty–– Law Office of S. Mark Mitchell
Dr. Wessinger’s talk reminded me that the millennial generation is not the Bain of our professional existence but rather the future of it. With a collaborative approach and willingness to believe that the way business has always been done is not necessarily the way it will always be done, this generation can help all of us maximize our business's potential.
Jac Counts, GFG Strategic Advisors–– Director of Business Development
As a baby boomer I found Kent¹s insights into what makes millennials “tick" fascinating and will no doubt find them useful in future interactions with our millennial employees.
Lucian Tatum, Manley Spangler Smith Architects, P.C.
With our always changing world, and the rise of the millennials, Kent gave me great ideas and insights on how to stay ahead of the curve and not be content to continue “doing it the way it has always been done.
Aaron Strimban, Partner––Tidwell-Strimban
Building a bridge to millennials’" is not only an issue in US, but everywhere in the world.
I was awoken by the issues from Dr. Wessinger’s farseeing presentation.
Hiroshi Suzuki, Toppan, Chief Engineer
The insight Dr. Wessinger can provide into the minds, motivations, and behaviors of Millennials is exceptionally relevant if you wish to build a future alongside them..
Ike Hill, Director of Technology, Expert Computers