Joined in studio by Mackenzie Kyle, Managing Parter Consulting Services of MNP LLP, and the author of The Performance Principle. Learn more about Mackenzie Kyle here!
Discussion guide from my conversation with Mackenzie Kyle:
1. Understanding how to work with Millenials – are they really ‘different’?
2. Why starting a conversation with a Millenial with “when I was your age…” is rarely helpful.
3. Addressing the top complaints millenials have about their workplace.
4. Cross generational differences and how this can create conflict in the workplace.
5. How to create alignment between personal and team/organizational goals.
6. Understanding the reasons why people do what they do, and some simple, practical tools that can help us (and them) understand why, and how to work with this.
Find Mackenzie Kyle’s book here:
About Mackenzie Kyle:
Mackenzie is the Managing Partner of Advisory Services for British Columbia for MNP. He has more than 25 years’ experience in operations improvement and restructuring, and has provided specific assistance in everything from strategic planning to performance management to managing projects. He has hands-on experience in a wide variety of industries, and his services are frequently of use in situations requiring the application of more than a single specialty. He leads a team of 100 professionals and staff in the British Columbia Region.
Mackenzie focuses on assisting clients with identifying and implementing strategic change and improving team performance, and leads the project management service line for the firm, providing a unique approach to project management that bridges the gap between theory and practical application of technique.
He has worked in a variety of industries including manufacturing, transportation, telecommunications, as well as the public sector and internationally in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. His first book Making It Happen: A Non-technical Guide to Project Management is published by John Wiley & Sons and has sold more than 40,000 copies.
Mackenzie is a member of the MNP Board of Directors.
Mackenzie graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science in Math & Statistics and graduated from McMaster University in 1989 with a Master of Business Administration.