SmartCEO Quotes Seth Lee of Summit Talent Group

Baltimore SmartCEO July/August 2014 – Seth Lee on Millennial Talent Management

People, Not Positions
When It Comes To Talent Management, Millennials May Not Be Wrong After All

The biggest issue today is not the technical content; it’s the work style and engagement content. That comes across so clearly. Engaging employees, getting them excited to be part of the organization is what it’s all about. It’s different for CEOs today. There’s a different work structure from what the baby boomers are used to. It’s not better or worse; it’s just different. You have to look at everything through the window of your customer base. That is the most telling aspect. At the end of the day, you have to serve your customers and your workforce needs to be engaged to do that. One of the biggest mistakes that CEOs make is that they don’t make the link between the customer base and their workforce.

Seth Lee
Summit Talent Group

The entire article on Millennial Talent Management can be found on page 10 of the July/August edition of Baltimore SmartCEO.

As Operations Manager for Summit Talent Group, Kyle is the primary resource for preparing client and candidate interview materials and supports the recruiting team with scheduling, organizing travel, and project management. She manages the office administrative function, including client contracts, proposals, invoicing and billing. Kyle also maintains the public website, manages all of the company’s technology and database tools, and researches innovative applications to ensure efficient recruitment operations. She is a graduate of Howard Community College in Columbia, MD, with an Associate Degree in Business Administration.