Please join the MetroHartford Alliance
for their Rising Star Breakfast on Thursday, November 19th. New research by The Hartford reveals a leadership gap - key industries that drive our economy, including insurance, real estate and manufacturing - are failing to interest Gen Y workers (ages 18-34). The Hartford's Millennial Workplace Expert, Lindsey Pollak, will discuss the key findings from the company's Third Annual Millennial Leadership Survey and give expert advice on attracting and retaining this generation, which is the largest in the U.S. today.
Lindsey will kick off a panel discussion with local leaders on fostering growth in Connecticut by making our state a destination community where young people want to live and work.
The panelists will include: Commissioner Catherine Smith
, Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development Marty Gervasi,
Executive Vice President, Human Resources at The Hartford Adam McLaughlin,
Senior Vice President at Webster Bank
Chair Dave Marcoux, Hartford Denim Company
We have 10 tickets to give away! Comment below with why you want to attend this Rising Star Breakfast by noon on Monday, November 16th
for your chance to win a ticket! All winners will be notified on the 16th via email.
The Rising Star Breakfast will be held at the Connecticut Convention Center
at 100 Columbus Boulevard, Hartford. Registration and networking will begin at 7:30am and the program will run 8:00-9:00am. Don't want to wait and see if you get a free ticket? Visit the MetroHartford Alliance website to register.