Four Generations at Work

Posted on Sunday, September 11th, 2011

The ability to motivate and co-ordinate staff in an increasingly complex and ever-changing world is a major challenge facing organizations today; add in the generational divide and the challenge for managers increases tenfold. 

Learning & Development is introducing two new programs to help managers understand the generational divide and develop the skills required to successfully manage four generations at work.

Managing the Generational Divide – October 27, 2011

This hands-on workshop for managers and University leaders and will explore generational issues, challenges in working in a multi-generational workplace, and people management strategies.

Consider the impact of different generational styles on the workplace, and explore your role as manager and leader in reducing employee turnover and creating a motivating, high performance work environment for all staff.

The program covers:

  • The four major generational groups in today’s workplace
  • Generational characteristics as they relate to work style, communication, motivation, feedback, recognition and direction
  • The challenges in managing multi-generational staff
  • Talent management: attracting and retaining staff in today’s work environment

Register for Managing the Generational Divide now! 

21st Century Leadership: Leading in the Multi-Generational Workplace – April 4, 2012

Enhance your leadership skills, improve employee performance, apply generation specific approaches and develop strategies to create a motivating work environment.

Participation in Managing the Generational Divide is highly recommended.

The program covers:

  • Roles, responsibilities and expectations of leaders
  • Characteristics of effective leaders
  • Impact of leadership style on employee performance
  • Using flexible leadership styles
  • Rewards, recognition and motivation

Register now to develop your 21st century leadership!

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