Jeff Butler is a speaker, author and passionate millennial who helps organizations improve their relationships with millennial employees. You may have seen on him on Forbes, USA Weekly, or on the TED stage.
A native Californian and raised in Silicon Valley, he graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Computer Science. During his time in college, he was training for the Olympics under 3-time Olympian Tore Gustafsson but left that pursuit because software engineering paid more.
Unlike other experts on millennials, Jeff has been in the trenches of what it means to be a millennial and what it takes to retain and keep them engaged. With Jeff ‘s versatile background, he has addressed companies like Amazon and Google as well as thousands of professionals across North America.
In this interview, Jeff talks about how he has built a reputation for himself by helping companies attract and retain millennial employees. He also dives into some research that looks at business leadership with a nearly 75% millennial workforce projected by 2025. He then shares what the future workplace will look like and how current managers can adapt to their increasing base of younger employees in terms of tools, culture, and education.