Upcoming Miami Seminar: How to explore the Millennial´s talent in the insurance industry

The “Millennial” or “Y” generation has come to stay… and rule. We can no longer say that they are people with no preparation or values, as it was maliciously said years ago. Far from that, they bring to the table a great deal of things and are already teaching us, however the fact is that the directive patterns of the past are not capable of getting the most out of them. We will discuss new directive techniques and motivational elements that will help us achieve the maximum mutual benefit. This is particularly important for the Insurance Industry which is not attracting the number of Millennials who could really help with the industry, particularly with their new awareness of technology etc, and where NPR recently identified from an Industry survey last year that only 4 % of Millennials interviewed were interested in Insurance as a career.

Raúl Castro, from his experience working with companies in which 70% of its employees are already Millennials, will share his vision of what is already happening on the American continent where he works and lives.

Date: October 25 2016


5:15 pm Registration

5.30 pm Conference

6:00 Informal discussion

6:15 Networking

Where: Malbec Room of Novecento 1414 Brickell Ave, MIAMI, FL 33131

Registration deadline: October 24th 2016 at 1:00PM. Only 40 available tickets.

To register, please send an email to: david.roig@kennedyslaw.com

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Casual attire. Cost for this event: Free


Topic to be presented in Spanish by Raúl Castro


My name is Raúl Castro, and I´ve been working to help companies obtain the talent of their people to increase the results all my professional life.

My expertise is in the services industry: Air transport, banking, consulting, executive training services and tourism. At the moment, I´m working with my own HR consulting firm www.dpersonas.com helping other companies to build solid structures and great teams to bring their clients the best experience.

✔ HR TALENT DEVELOPMENT. I´ve developed my career leading multi-disciplinary teams, taking advantage and learning from all of the challenges and changes. This has given me an extraordinary capacity for adaptation, and an extensive experience in Human Resources. I´ve been leading from small groups to groups of up to 1,200 partners.

✔ CONSULTANT. Working with my own consulting firm in several strategic and HR projects. I´ve worked with the last diagnosis tools, and the best partners in specific areas. I´ve participated, among others, in Talent Management Programs, restructuring family companies, and redefining processes in commercial networks.

✔ BUSINESS SCHOOL PROFESSOR. I´ve been teaching as a professor of Strategic Management, Business Policy, HR and Marketing at important Business Schools like La Salle International Graduate School, ESADE, UEM-IEDE, EDIME (Bogotá) and Barna Business School (Santo Domingo).

I am a member of the Strategy Committee of the Centre for Sports and Business Management at IESE.

✔ MANAGEMENT BOOKS AUTHOR. I´ve written about most of the acquired experiences during these years in different articles, my personal blog www.raulcastro.es, and in two management books: “La Puerta Abierta”, (LID Editorial, Madrid 2011) & “Tiempo para Decidir”, (Empresa Activa, Barcelona 2009). I´ve participated in several Radio and TV programs as usual collaborator.

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