UMass Boston Center for Collaborative Leadership

Leadership on the Horizon: Managing Millennials

Open to the Public. register today.

The Center for Collaborative Leadership is pleased to announce the launch of a four part leadership speaker series: Leadership on the Horizon. This series will offer insights and tools needed as managers and leaders consider how to harness the unique skills and talents of their workforce as competitive advantage in the ever-changing business environment.

The first offering of the series is Managing Millennials offered in partnership with FranklinCovey, and sponsored by Commerce Bank. Host sponsor is TD Garden.


Managing Millennials will be held on October 9th from 8:00am-12:00pm.  In this half-day workshop, participants will discover a pragmatic and detailed framework that enables managers to diagnose challenges and apply skills proven to make a difference with millennial employees in the workplace.

Managers who participate in FranklinCovey’s Managing Millennials half-day workshop will be able to:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of the generational differences in the workforce
  • See why millennials are more different than any other generation you have managed
  • Increase the job satisfaction of all their employees
  • Unleash the creativity and potential of their millennial employees
  • Discover 9 skills to help them become more successful managers

Price for the session is $350/participant. Event will be hosted by the TD Garden. Only 40 seats are available for this timely workshop.  register today!


  • 10% discount will be offered to groups of 3 or more for one session
  • 10% discount will be offered to individuals who purchase a ticket for the 4 part series
  • 10% discount will be offered to current Emerging Leaders Program fellows
  • 15% discount will be offered to early birds (one month out for each session)

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