Connecting, Leading, and Listening in a Multi-Generational Workplace
Kit Welchlin, MA, CSP
Relationships are not a luxury. They are a necessity. Having a high degree of technical skill is not enough to ensure a successful career. A person must also possess a high degree of interpersonal communication competence.
If you’re a 28-year-old manager, how do you establish credibility without seeming arrogant? If the Baby Boomers have most of the good jobs in your organization, how do you keep your young people around? If you are significantly younger than everyone else on team, how do you get people to listen? With five different generations converging upon the workplace, everyone needs to be equipped with practical strategies to deal with the differences.
In this presentation, you will learn:
To sort through the stereotypes of each generation
To identify their particular strengths and weaknesses
How to work with & motivate Veterans, Boomers, Xers, Millennials, and Gen Z
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