Develop Loyalty that Lasts

We Build Organisations that your people never want to leave

Over the span of Vivek's career, he has worked with corporations like Oracle, Julius Baer, Great Eastern,, NuSkin Enterprise, Schroders, and DELTA Airlines and worked with them to create the right kind of organisational culture & structure that inspires employees to stay in their organisations. His work mentoring, interviewing, and researching more than 10,000 young employees from hundreds of businesses has made him a global authority in helping corporates recruit, reward and retain employees of all generations.

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The Art of Attracting Next-Gen Talent even if you're not in a sexy industry

It’s no longer a question: The world is going digital. The workplace transformation started by Millennials and Gen Zs is accelerating across all industries and age groups. To up your game and attract top talent, you must get serious about creating the workplace of the future.

Attracting Next-Gen

Especially if your industry isn't attractive to the young generation 

In today’s complex and challenging labour market, organisations find it increasingly challenging to attract quality talent. You are going to be hiring Millennials & Gen Z for the next several decades, so if you don't understand their unique genius, your recruiting efforts will suffer, or worse, they’ll come to a crashing halt. Don't wait till it's too late.

Learning Outcomes:

From this session, audience members will be able to:

  • The truth about what Millennials and Gen Z really want in the workplace
  • Best practices from the most innovative companies on diversity, flexibility, tech, development and making work meaningful for all generations
  • The impact of remote and virtual work and how to maximise your teams
  • A useful checklist to help you become a workplace of the future
  • Show them what they can potentially achieve in your company and get them excited for a future within your organization
  • A plan of action to apply these practices to your business

Engaging Millennials: The 7 Fundamentals to Recruit, Reward & Retain the largest generation in the workforce

We have always had 4-5 generations in the workforce. Back in 1960s, 70s, 80s, 90s, till today. Yet, why is it that Millennials are being talked about in the media more than the other generations? What has made them different? Why do you need to pay attention to this generation? And how will it affect the way you run your teams or companies?

The success of your business in this post-pandemic economy hinges on the success of engaging employees from all generations in the workplace … but they must be developed, mentored, and managed properly in order to grow and fully realise that success. A lot of the corporate structure we see in the workforce was developed by the Baby Boomer generation - which sadly aren’t fulfilling the needs of the younger generation.


As a result, we see increased cases of intergenerational conflicts happening at the workplace. All of this can be easily avoided once Leaders realise that the younger generation have different needs, wants, motivations, communication styles and work ethics. In order recruit and retain your workforce for a longer period of time, learning the secrets to Engaging Millennials will be crucial. Find out the best practices that startups, tech giants and other progressive companies are using to engage the Millennial generation

Learning Outcomes:

From this session, audience members will be able to:

  • The biggest obstacle Generation X faces when dealing with Millennials
  • The type of career development Millennials most desire
  • What digital natives expect and value from their job and employers
  • Which critical process is most likely missing from your organization
  • Best practices for attracting, hiring and managing digital natives
  • The 3 biggest mistakes managers make with next-gen employees
  • How to build a culture that brings together youth and experience
  • How to determine whether a Millennial is a strategic or tactical employee (so you can develop them accordingly)

The Future of Talent: Understanding the Candidate's Mindset before joining the workforce

How do you manage a generation of employees who shows up with their own agenda and expect to be rewarded despite their performance or experience? How do you train new employees who don't believe in doing the grunt work, paying their dues, waiting their turn or working on Thursdays?

If you think the current economy has solved the problems of managing this young high maintenance generation of employees, think again. Right now they make up close to 50 percent of the workforce and there are plenty more on their way. They are the FUTURE of your business.

futureof talent

Learning Outcomes:

From this session, audience members will be able to: 

  • Learn how Gen Z see themselves and how others see them
  • Discover what Gen Z talents are looking for from their leaders
  • Increase your level of influence working with this generation
  • Identify common skill gaps that Millennials & Gen Z have entering the workforce
  • Empathise with the new challenges Gen Z are going through in today's world
  • Implement coaching and communication methods to engage with Gen Z 
  • Motivate Generation Z based on the new world order
  • Leverage on their innate strengths and talents for the best business results 
  • Demonstrate a deeper understanding of the cultural & generational nuances in communication

Empowering Millennial Leaders: Why Youth Culture is the driving force of the Asian Business Landscape

Discover how demographic change associated with the Millennials and the Fourth Industrial Revolution collectively influence the way we think about our social, cultural, economic and technological future.  Organisations are finding it increasingly difficult to adapt to expanding costs, shrinking margins, increased competition and regulation. The result? Decreased revenues, morale, and performance.

With the largest concentration of Millennials in Asia, and Millennials taking up Leadership positions in organisations, it is imperative for Organisations to leverage the capabilities of this generation by embracing change & empowering them. 


Learning Outcomes:

From this session, audience members will be able to: 

  • Adapt to a rapidly changing workforce
  • Communicate effectively with a multi-generational team
  • Create a culture that cultivates and celebrates diversity
  • Develop a better understanding of the Millennial generation and their potential
  • Create a method of accountability for leaders and their team members
  • Adopt implementation strategies to create sustainable change through Millennials
  • Demonstrate a deeper understanding of the cultural and generational nuances in communication

Personal Branding 101: Making your Mark as a Millennial

Long gone are those days where your first impression is made in person. In today's world of the internet and social media, your first impression is made online. As the saying goes, "You are who Google says you are". Sharing more about yourself online and the work you do professionally will give others a glimpse into your personality and build your influence. The opportunities of tomorrow will go to those who build their personal brand today. In order to make your mark in a VUCA need to build your personal brand today. 


Learning Outcomes:

From this session, audience members will be able to:

  • Discover the key concepts of Branding and Positioning
  • Identify key factors that shape your image as a personal brand
  • Learn how to create a powerful personal branding vision for your life and business
  • How to define what differentiates you from others individuals around you
  • How to be fully engaged and manage your energy more skilfully
  • How to skyrocket your credibility & become more visible at work & in your social circle

Managing the Multi-Generational Workforce in a remote, virtual & post-pandemic world

The COVID-19 Pandemic accelerated change and our reliance on technology to get work done. It has become the new normal and leaders from organisations have been stressing out to manage all the change while having to keep their employees and team members engaged. 

In order to effectively manage the multi-generational teams through a virtual realm, leaders need to understand the innate needs, challenges, motivations, strengths and competencies that each generation bring to the table. It’s impossible to capitalise on this brain trust when Boomers are disgruntled by feeling disrespected by their younger counterparts. 


This can create misunderstandings and lead to conflict, which costs your company valuable time and money.  When teams can’t work together, productivity suffers. The marketplace moves too fast and you will get left behind if you do not find a way to work collaboratively.

From this session, audience members will be able to:

Learning Outcomes:

  • Why you should care about the disengagement crisis
  • Learn how to overcome the negative stereotypes of Millennials & Gen Z and leverage them to their advantage
  • Demonstrate a deeper understanding of generational characteristics and why each are the way they are
  • Learn techniques for communicating more effectively with members of different generations
  • Appreciate generational diversity as an organisational strength rather than a barrier to progress
  • How to sustain culture changes for the long-term and retain top talent in the virtual world
  • Gain insight into other generations to increase empathy and cross-generational effectiveness
  • Leverage technology to bring virtual teams together