“Chip took the time to know the client’s business before-hand and that knowledge helped immensely.”Colleen Bay | ASE Group, Inc

Chip provides consulting services for organizations that desire to excel in recruiting, onboarding, managing, retaining, and developing young talent.

The question is, “Does the subject of generational diversity warrant resource allocation?” Chip’s answer is simple—if you are talking about generational issues in your organization it means that you are already committing your resources. The material questions are: 1) Where should we spend? and 2) How do we evaluate our investment?

Top three areas where you need to allocate resources (whether you are a large company or small family owned business):
People leave managers, not companies. You can spend a lot of money on recruiting and onboarding only to match your potential high-performer with a manager that does not get her. Managing the Millennials Second Edition focuses on the core management competencies it takes to effectively lead Millennials.
The love language of Millennials is career development. Onboarding activities can help Millennials understand where they are in the organizational universe and what it will take to accelerate through it. Millennials@Work prepares new hires for challenges they will face and what they can do about them.
Chip believes the greatest transfer of knowledge in the history of the world will be taking place over the next 15 years. As the Baby Boomers move on and GenX and Millennials secure their positions in the workforce, the subject of knowledge transfer has never been more important. Forward thinking companies are moving their C-Level people into coaching and mentoring roles before they allow them to hit the golf course, slope, or yacht. Millennials Who Manage, outlines struggles Millennials encounter while transitioning into management and how to coach them through the process.

Chip works with the Fortune 100, family owned businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies.