Deloitte’s Reynolds on Engaging Millenials, Open Cultures

Posted on March 11, 2008. Filed under: Speakers |

IMG_1304Deloitte’s Leah Reynolds works as National Practice Leader for Generational Change and Total Rewards Communication on behalf of Deloitte’s clients. Yesterday, Leah also spoke on a panel with Lisa Orrell and I on Attracting and Retaining the New Economy Workforce: GenX and Y. There she shared some of Deloitte’s Multi-Generational Initiatives group’s experiences (run by Stan Smith) generational change. Deloitte is applying what the knowledge learned internally at Deloitte (truly leading-edge ideas) to client engagements.

Leah discussed (four minute plus podcast here):

  • The very successful Deloitte’s Film Festival campaign, which engaged more than 30,000 or almost 25% of Deloitte’s staff
  • Some of the challenges of engaging and keeping Deloitte
  • The customization of individual career paths within Deloitte
  • Deloitte’s open and respectful culture

Also see the Deloitte Film Festival Channel on YouTube.

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