For the first time in history, people from five distinct generations are all working together. Each generation exhibits a particular set of behaviors and values regarding work ethic, the meaning of work, communication styles, authority and motivation. Often these differences may invigorate the building of strong bonds but may also cause clashes among the generations.
Leaders know that acknowledging and celebrating workplace diversity can tamp down these clashes and usher in new dimensions of productivity. Research in psychology, organizational behavior and management has shown that employees, who feel welcomed and valued in the fullness of who they are, flourish in diverse environments.
This course, Generational Diversity, reviews the distinct characteristics of the four generations and the application of communication and management strategies across generational lines.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to
Upon completion of this workshop, the organization will
Duration of Class: 1 – 3 days