New Generation Leadership with Nick Clench

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By 2020, 50% of the global workforce will be made up by Millennials. With personal development cited as the number one workplace benefit, it’s vital that businesses understand and adapt in order to attract, develop and retain the best talent.

Millennials, or Generation Y, have differing characteristics from their older predecessors, mainly as a result of growing up in the Internet era defined by more advanced technology.
They’re ambitious and impatient, eager for feedback and crave a healthy work-life balance.

“Managing Millennials” contains two elements: Fundamental Management for those just stepping into management, and Advanced Management for those who are more experienced and want to get the best out of their team.


Fundamental Management is a two day programme covering the essential components of managing Millennials:

  • – Delegation and Empowerment
  • – Setting Goals and Objectives
  • – Giving Feedback
  • – Managing Performance

Advanced Management is a two day programme covering the key areas for deepening the relationship with employees, to build trust and give them responsibility for their own development. These are essentially the core coaching skills for managers:

  • – Building Trust and Rapport
  • – Listening
  • – Asking Questions for a Deeper Understanding

A graduate from Cardiff Business School, Nick is a qualified and accredited Executive Coach as well as having an MSc in Business Psychology. He specialises in leadership and cross-generational coaching and training, working with businesses to help them get the most out of their leaders and employees. Prior to that he spent 12 years working as a qualified accountant and finance business partner in major organisations such as Lloyds Bank and Tesco and later as Head of Commercial Finance at Mitre Sports.

Nick uses his experience and psychology learnings to good effect in driving organisational performance through the development of people. Nick runs management training workshops and coaches people one-to-one.


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