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Special Report: Strategies to Attract & Develop Senior Living's Future Leaders

Special Report: Strategies to Attract & Develop Senior Living’s Future Leaders
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The Next Generation: Strategies to Attract & Develop Senior Living's Future Leaders

Attracting and developing the next generation of industry leaders is critical. While senior living providers often face an uphill battle in recruiting younger workers, there are easy steps they can take to attract and retain the next crop of leadership.

It starts with learning to manage millennials, understanding what makes them tick and training them according to their wants and needs, rather than waiting for them to adapt.

Our detailed report brings more than 60 pages of original research to provide an inside look at young people's expectations as they consider the senior living industry, how universities are preparing them for jobs in senior living and what providers are doing to recruit, retain and propel them to the next level in their careers.

This 65-page report is available for $299 and features:

  • Survey results from 124 undergraduate and graduate students currently involved in senior living programs at universities;
  • An inside look into five well-known university programs in senior living, how they got started, their coursework and where students have proceeded to work;
  • Insight from eight senior living organizations, what their training programs entail, how successful they’ve been and the career paths they’ve created;
  • Leadership spotlights, student success stories and internship dos and don’ts;
  • ...and more!
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