Trainers Get to the Heart of Generation Y Leadership in The 7 Sides of Gen Y

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New Online Training Program Helps Business Leaders Recruit, Retain and Develop Generation Y Talent

Bea Fields of Bea Fields Companies, Inc. ( and Ryan Coleman of The NextForce ( are pleased to announce the opening of The 7 Sides of the Gen Y Square (, an eight-week training program designed to meet the leadership and career development needs for the demographic known as Generation Y. The online course is packed with insight and promises to be the go-to training program for people looking for a glimpse into the mindset of the emerging group of business leaders from so-called Generation Y -- those between ages 18 and 30.

"The 7 Sides of the Gen Y Square was created with the future of institutions and organizations at the heart of its development," said Bea Fields, one of the facilitators of the program and President of the Bea Fields Companies. "Our mission is to profile in detail the core of Generation Y and offer very targeted tactics and strategies which will help organizations build a proficient, productive and innovative workforce for the future."

Natural entrepreneurs with adventurous spirits, members of Generation Y are just now making an impact in business and in the culture at large. In addition, as the first group to grow up immersed in media culture, they have a distinctive way of ordering their work and personal lives. The 7 Sides of Gen Y will bring a unique, close up look at the people responsible for the cutting edge of social and business trends while addressing the questions and concerns being raised in the business community about how to best recruit, retain and lead this growing cohort of professionals.

"Generation Y is the future! Understanding both the bright and the dark sides of this Generation is needed to embrace their abilities and prepare for the future of our organizations," said Ryan Coleman also a facilitator of The 7 Sides program. "We present a 360 degree approach to Gen Y by sharing research and stories from young professionals and corporate leaders to frame the multidimensional profile of this great Generation and focus our efforts on offering specific, actionable strategies that can help every organization prepare for the future."

The first course is on target to open on January 13 at 1:00 p.m. and will be delivered online. For more information or to register, visit or contact Bea Fields at (910) 692-6118.


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