Do you have three or more generations in your office? Does your management team struggle creating fully functional teams of employees from different generations? Is there friction between managers and employees on when and where work should be performed? Do you want to better understand your Generation Y employees and know how to motivate them to be better employees? If so, this workshop is for you.
We will cover five generations:
- Greatest – 1900-1924
- Silent – 1925-1945
- Baby Boomer – 1946-1964
- Gen X – 1965 – 1982
- Gen Y – 1983 – 2000
The interesting thing is we are familiar with all of these generations because we have grandparents, parents, aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters, cousins, children or grandchildren from all of these generations.
We will focus on generational differences in communications and learning styles, work experience and expectations, and group dynamics.
Additionally, we will focus on how Gen Y is structurally and educationally different from every other generation. We will discuss how to adapt and parent your employees. Yes, I said parent! Well maybe not parent but definitely coach.
- Office communications styles of different age groups
- Office communications styles between different age groups in a mixed office
- Decision making of different age groups
- Coaching Generation Y
Expected Outcomes/Learning Objectives
At the end of this session you should be able to:
- Articulate the differences between each generation
- Develop a plan to modify communications within the workplace
- Develop a plan to on board and manage existing and new Gen Y employees
This is an interactive session with audience participation. Group exercises are included depending on the size of the audience.
- Conference Keynote speech
- Conference Break session
- Lunch presentation
60 – 180 minutes depending on size of audience and depth of presentation
Negotiable based on size of audience and length of presentation – E-mail us for a quote.