The Partners of YoungPro Elite offer a valuable, results driven service that no other competitor in their market will be able to provide.
Why is it that a select group of companies in your market seem to have the formula for attracting and retaining the best YoungPro talent while the others struggle?
It comes down to two things.
It’s these two things that separate the companies that YoungPros want to work for, from the companies who can’t find the young talent they desire and desperately need.
- Professional Development
In a recent study published by Deloitte they found that 78% of YoungPros today were strongly influenced by how innovative a company was when deciding if they wanted to work there.
It then goes onto explain that:
“Only about half of Millennials feel the organization they work for encourages its people to suggest new ways of doing things or rewards them for innovative ideas. Further, many Millennials believe they are not being given the opportunity to develop professionally.”
While it’s ignorant for anyone to define the traits and characteristics of an individual based on their generation, it’s now clear that YoungPros today are changing jobs faster than any other generation before them.
Most are capable of understanding the needs of YoungPros today.
However most face challenges when they have to take this information and effectively implement it into programs that meet their needs.
If you’re looking to become a company that has the reputation of attracting and retaining the best YoungPro talent, we’ll be able to help you.
We’ve developed a program that will provide our Partners with a platform that will help them be seen as an innovative company within their market that is heavily invested in the future development of young professionals.
If you want to see how other CEO’s and Executives are using YoungPro Elite to their advantage, here’s a post from Scott Franklin, the President and CEO of Lanier Upshaw, providing further insights.
Many of our Partners also consist of YoungPros who are business owners, entrepreneurs, advisors and producers.
While they receive many of the benefits as detailed in Scott’s post, they say that one of the most rewarding aspects of leading a Chapter is that they’re seen by their peers and those in their market as the ones responsible for leading and developing the next generation of talent, despite only being in their 20’s and early 30’s!
Dan Andrews, a Wealth Advisor in Denver is one of those YoungPros who is leading his own Chapter.
Here’s what he has to say about the opportunity:
“It’s great to see that this YoungPro Elite program provides the opportunity to grow with our peers so that we can confidently confront, and solve the future problems in our lives and careers. And I’m personally excited because as the Chapter President, I’m given the chance to possibly be the catalyst that changes a YoungPros life.”