MAXIMIZING MILLENNIALS: Recruit, Retain, and Lead Them Into the Future
Have you ever wondered why other companies are able to succeed (and even thrive) with Millennial employees, while yours is struggling? Paul has spent the last decade studying the best and brightest CEOs and leaders across the globe just so he can share their secrets with you. In his most popular talk, Paul lays out what successful leaders have done and what you can learn to do now to succeed.
SELLING POWER: How to Sell to Millennials and Gen Z Without Wasting Time, Money, or Reinventing the Wheel
In 2017, Millennials will eclipse Baby Boomers in overall spending power. If they are not the future of your brand, your brand will be left in the past. In this talk, Paul lays out a 2-step plan that is guaranteed to get Millennials and Generation Z to buy your products now.
CRITICAL 60: The Make-or-Break Fundamentals for Ending the "Revolving Door" Cycle
Did you know that more than 60% of the employees who quit in the first 18 months made that decision in their first 60 days? In this talk, Paul delivers a step-by-step plan for HR and Operations to manage those first “Critical 60.” Learn to create alignment with 4 make-or-break fundamentals and what actions you must take to end the “revolving door” cycle before it ends you.
COWBOY LEADERSHIP IN A HIPSTER WORLD: How Four Timeless Truths Will Revive Your Employees and Transform Your Company
Riding a horse can teach you a lot about managing people. An animal isn’t swayed by pretty rhetoric and fancy charts but responds well when you’re treating it right. Paul Moya takes four tenants of cowboy wisdom learned from his hard lessons on the range and applies them to achieving success in the modern workplace and beyond.
INNOVATION 2.0: How Targeted Marketing Became the New King of Commerce
If there’s any lesson we can learn from the 2016 election, it’s that reaching niche markets can have big time results. A one-size fits all approach for your customers is a sure way to earn mediocre returns. Using new approaches to innovation and data inside multiple markets from Latinos to Active Living Seniors, Paul Moya outlines the steps for innovating and marketing to targeting populations to maximize your results.
TIMELESS WISDOM: Trusted Practices in a Topsy-Turny World
Markets and businesses are often paralyzed by uncertainty. While trends may come and go, good management remains the same. There are three things we have learned from studying how the most successful organizations change, evolve, and adapt. In this talk, Paul outlines how your company can stay centered in a topsy-turvy world, by following this timeless change-management wisdom.
UBER MONEY: How to Master and Win the Game
Winning with money in the era of Apple Pay and Venmo is a different beast and requires a different approach. Paul brings together his background in private equity and behavioral economics to share his proven 4-step process to mastering your money and winning the game.
Harvard Multigenerational Expert Paul Moya is best known for his role as CEO of Millennial Labs—a global consulting firm focused on segmentation marketing and generational behavior. His discoveries have impacted leaders in audiences as large as 54,000 and have helped brands such as Visa, Microsoft, General Motors, and the Department of Defense to interpret and act on human behavior in the workplace, marketplace, and voting booth.
As a lifelong entrepreneur and former Student Government Association President at Harvard, Paul knows first-hand the pressures of growing and leading operations at large scales while engaging and retaining Millennial employees, consumers, and voters during every step of the way.
Nicknamed the ‘Harvard Cowboy’ by clients and friends, Paul blends Harvard Strategy with Cowboy Practicality to present viable solutions that deliver quantifiable results. His research takes insight from psychology, neuroscience, behavioral economics, and plain old-fashioned ‘cowboy wisdom’ to close the gap between the big-data strategies he gained at Harvard and the “no fluff solutions” he mastered atop a Chestnut horse named ‘Frisky.’