HR teams must harness the potential of the disruptive force that is Gen Y, while also enabling employees to grow within the traditional culture and structure of it.

Learning and development ( L&D ) programs are a good place to start in the indoctrination, development and motivation of Gen Y, and in the cross-fertilization that occurs between this tech-savvy, innovative generation and your organization at large.

The following whitepaper provides guidance on how to:

Identify high performers in your growing and developing generation of talent

Engage Millennials in an open and honest dialogue about career and growth opportunities

Set a best-practice framework to involve line managers in Gen Y learning and development

Strike a balance between traditional ways of working (and training and development) and new-generation, consumer-driven, mobile and digital predilections

Are you ready?