Is today’s workforce very different?
Yes, today’s workforce is changing. Today four different generations compete for every position in the workforce from entry level to executive. It is harder to understand what engages each generation and motivates them to surpass expectations.
So, what’s different?
Every generation contends with workplace factors that leave them dissatisfied and unproductive. In today’s rapid and turbulent business climate, it is crucial to understand what motivates each generation, and what factors will have the opposite effect.
Do I need to manage differently?
Yes, managers today have their work cut out for them. Generations have differences in work ethic, communication styles, career outlook, expectations of bosses, and retention factors.
Where do I start?
Today’s workplace is about talent and managers need hard hitting information about the workforce — how to recruit, coach, engage and retain each generation. Managers need to know what to do every day to create a productive, energized and engaged workforce.
Join our webinar to identify the skills and tools necessary to manage successfully across the generations. Our recommendations will not only increase employee engagement and reduce turnover, but will also strengthen productivity and knowledge sharing.
Participants will examine the issues that result from a four generation workforce and identify what they can do. Every manager needs skills in multigenerational leadership to recruit, hire, onboard, train, coach, engage, retain, and foster knowledge sharing across all four generational segments of the workforce. We will provide valuable, actionable insight into what motivates and demotivates each generation.
Our conversation will bring focus to the newest members of the workforce the Millennials, sometimes known as Gen Y. Our newest, youngest, high-expectation workforce is challenging the sensibility and skills of seasoned managers. Millennials (born 1977-1998) are here – eager to learn, ready to work, taking on significant roles and responsibilities. They want to make a difference. Are they contributing to your organization? Do you know how to engage them? Can you retain them?
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About the Presenter
Diane, learning strategist and co-founder of The Learning Café, partners with clients to create custom learning solutions that produce business results and support personal growth. Diane is the co-author of the thought leadership chapter on generational issues in the newly published and highly acclaimed Human Resources in the 21st Century. Her articles include Generation Integration-A Case Study of How Xerox Corporation Bridged the Generation Gap Between Two Business Groups, Mentoring for All Ages, Engaging Today’s Workforce and Today in ER, Dr. Welby Meets Doogie Howser: Engaging the Generations in Healthcare. Diane holds undergraduate and advanced degrees from Pennsylvania State University. She is qualified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and a wide variety of testing and assessment tools, including 360 degree feedback.