NeXtGen Advantage offers consulting services focused on assessing your organization’s strengths and weaknesses related to attracting, motivating, and retaining key talent, with a special interest in developing young professionals. Chad offers effective solutions tailored to your specific challenges.
NeXtGen Advantage offers a unique Employer Perception Assessment, which generates quantifiable insight into how the talent pool views your organization. Armed with this knowledge, we can outline strategic initiatives to improve your employer perception and attract qualified talent to your team.
Do you know how job seekers think and what they value? Chad does. He meets with new job seekers every day, from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds. Chad can help your organization understand how to communicate and work effectively with prospective, new, and current employees. His unique expertise in millennial culture can also help your organization harness up and coming talent for long-term sustainability and the benefit of all generations involved.
Once you have key talent in the door, how do you keep them? NeXtGen Advantage partners with other local consulting firms to provide culture assessments designed to reveal how your organization is viewed from within—and how you can retain the people who make your business successful.
Recent grads and interns bring fresh ideas and technology savvy to the workplace. Whether you’re staffing key projects or grooming future leaders, it’s imperative in today’s business environment to attract the young talent that will one day sustain your organization.
Chad brings over a decade of experience working directly with college students on a university campus. In his role as internship manager for the Business Success Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Chad has successfully placed more than 700 students in business opportunities—many of whom are now working full-time post graduation for their internship employers.
Chad is passionate about mentoring students and young professionals and developing them into qualified future leaders. He helps them bridge the gap between campus life and the professional world, including how to communicate with leaders and colleagues, proper business conduct, and discovering right-fit opportunities according to their skills and interests.
Chad is available to speak to student groups and young professional organizations, to offer insight and encouragement for succeeding in today’s business environment. He also offers one-on-one mentoring for millennial professionals. Contact Chad for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 419-7710.