Josh Schneider helps individuals and organizations embrace the new rules of engagement and unleash their potential. With actionable steps and new approaches to redesigning their own experience everyone will be moved to new levels of performance. Josh has seen these principles and practices work as organizations disrupt the status quo and win in the new business economy.
In the trenches of a well-paid CPA firm, learning first-hand the hard cost of disengagement and how Millennials worked, Josh Schneider knew something had to change - so he did something about it. What he did was form a coaching company and work with organizations and individuals to increase performance, energy, and happiness. As the impact of disengagement rose, Josh wrote the book Generation NEXTLEVEL, which calls the next generation of leaders to play to their strengths and do work that matters.
To increase the impact of his work Josh founded The Millennial & Employee Engagement Institute to curate and develop research to help unlock people performance and consult businesses to transfer leadership to the next generation. From labor studies and engagement work with Sikorsky Aircraft, to working with the small business owner down the street Josh truly understands the future of the workforce and how to engage it.
He has been featured on Under30CEO and the CEOhour talking about business and people performance with strategies for reaching the next level. From the stage Josh brings a passion that is contagious, an energy that’s undeniable, and innovative ideas that work in today’s new business climate.
Every audience can count on a powerful experience that blends storytelling with current research and fresh ideas to drive innovation in people performance and personal engagement.
Josh is committed to delivering specific, actionable ideas to equip today’s leaders to unleash human performance for a larger business impact.
Josh's presentation on understanding millennials in the work place gave us great insight on what our incoming employee workforce expect from their employers and what gives them satisfaction and energy in their jobs. Largely I found that they are quite similar in their expectations to my own generation, but I was not able to see it clearly until Josh explained the differences between the baby boomers and the following gen’s X,Y,Z. I would highly recommend him as a speaker.
Director - International Executives Association