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Looking for a dynamic, engaging speaker to provide real-world advice and actionable steps for job seekers? Ryan Kahn provides a variety of topics and formats – ranging from lectures to interactive workshops, or combinations of both. Contact us for pricing and packages.

As an added bonus, all participants in Kahn’s speaking engagements receive an electronic copy of "HIRED! The Guide for the Recent Grad" to ensure their learning continues beyond the lecture or workshop.

Speaking Topic – For Students

HIRED! From Classroom to Career

Kahn’s most popular topic, this engaging and interactive presentation walks college students and recent grads step-by-step through the process of landing their dream job, even in today’s difficult economy. Kahn is upbeat, approachable, and enthusiastic about helping those newly entering the professional world. His presentation provides the audience with real-life examples, unique tips, and the industry secrets he has acquired in securing positions for thousands of clients. The audience is left equipped with a detailed roadmap on getting hired, advice on how to standout, and the inspiration to attain their dream career.

Speaking Topics – For Executives

HIRED! Recruiting and Engaging Young Professionals

As Baby Boomers begin to retire in increasing numbers, the ability to recruiting and engage the Gen Y, or Millennial workforce is key. Currently, Gen Y accounts for approximately 50% of the world’s population and this number is expected to double in 2015. By 2025, Gen Y will encompass 75% of the workforce. These young professionals hold different traits and values than previous generation. In this seminar, nationally-recognized career coach Ryan Kahn shares his experiences in working with young professionals and provides insights on attracting and motivating young talent.

HIRED! Gen Z: The Future of the Workforce

The oldest members of Gen Z just turned 18 and by 2020 their generation will encompass 36% of the workforce. These Digital Natives may look similar to the much talked about Gen Y, but Gen Z’s unique characteristics make them a completely different generation. This presentation starts by taking a look back at Millennials – how they continue to shape the workforce and how HR professionals continue to adapt to meet the interests and needs of this generation – as well as look at what’s coming post-Gen Y. We’ll review Gen Z’s unique attitudes and mindset, discussing what companies will need to do in order to competitively recruit and retain these young professionals.