About this Video
Millennials have gotten a bad rap. We are often perceived as entitled, distracted, tech-obsessed, and irreverent, and these perceptions are acting as a barrier to our generation’s ability to become true leaders in our organizations. We must flip the lens on these stereotypes. Many within our generation are purpose-driven, brand-oriented, innovative, connected, and courageous. Whether we like it or not, we are the future leaders. So, what’s holding us back? The answer isn’t to point a finger at the current generations of leaders. It’s on us. It’s time for us to show up differently. It’s time to own the label.
About the Speaker
Kristen Puchek is a leader in Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital practice, specializing in Diversity & Inclusion (D&I), Organization and Talent strategies. Kristen currently co-leads Deloitte’s Strategic Inclusion practice for the US firm, where she manages the go-to-market strategy as well as methods and tools for delivering D&I work to clients. Kristen partners with senior executives in global Fortune 50 clients across industries to design D&I and leadership strategies that develop inclusive leadership behaviors, enhance and leverage multi-generational engagement, and drive authenticity and innovation throughout the organization.
Kristen is a frequent speaker on topics of inclusive leadership and generational strategies, as well as facilitates immersive learning and strategy sessions for senior executive teams.
Kristen holds a MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management, and BS/BA in International Business and Economics from Valparaiso University.