Thursday, August 17, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM EDT
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Maggiano's Little Italy - Cumberland Mall 
1601 Cumberland Mall SE #200
Atlanta, GA 30339

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Jackie Hudson 
ABC of Georgia 

Registration fee is fully refundable up to 2 business days prior to seminar. You must call to cancel. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of registration fee. Registration fees for no-shows are nonrefundable. Substitutions may be made at any time by calling ABC at (770) 587-0955. Confirmation, reminder and directions will be sent 2 days prior to seminar.


Belling the Cat: Moving from talk to action in the Millennial discussion 

About this Workshop

Talking is one thing, implementing is another. In this workshop, you will learn who your Millenial colleagues are, the opportunities your organization has to leverage their strengths, and how to develop a corporate culture they will want to be a part of.


  • A fact-based analysis of the Millennial generation
  • Specific ways to unlock Millennial talent within your organization
  • Processes and tools for defining your organization's core principles
  • Next steps for your leadership team 

Prereqs & Preparation

To get the most out of this workshop, attendees should meet at least one of the following requirements:

  • Is a part of the leadership team within their organization
  • Currently holds a role managing others within their organization.
  • Currently works within the Human Resources department of their organization.

Registration Fee $75

Your workshop registration includes a family-style lunch.

 This class is approved for 1.5 SHRM credits.


About the Instructor

Jack Williams
Founder & CEO
IDEALS Foundation, Inc.

A 1971 graduate of Georgia Tech with a degree in Behavioral Management, Jack’s focus on leadership began as a college student when he earned three letters as a quarterback and was named team captain for the Georgia Tech football team. He continued his dedication to the sport by serving as a Division I college football coach for seven years. Jack also later served as a volunteer with both the Peach Bowl and Chick-fil-A Bowl and served as president of the Georgia Tech National Letterwinners Club for three years.

Off the field, Jack’s career continued in a leadership capacity holding the positions of Vice President and COO of a regional service firm followed by becoming a SVP in a Fortune 500 company. In 1998 Jack founded Competitive Resources Group, Inc. (CRG). CRG, a niche recruiting firm was the first of its kind specializing in placing individuals with collegiate athletic backgrounds with companies seeking that competitive, disciplined and results driven profile. CRG eventually merged with The SURVIS Group, a professional services and IT recruiting firm where Jack served as president for seven years.

While at The SURVIS Group, Jack created the unique Apollo 13 Leadership Program which has been used by companies across the nation. He continues to lead Apollo 13 programs today and is requested by youth organizations and businesses to speak--including ABC of Georgia. Jack has been an ABC Future Leaders facilitator since 2005.

In 2008 Jack made a decision to resign as president of The SURVIS Group and pursue his vision of taking his IDEALS curriculum and creating a program that could impact young people across the country for years to come.

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