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Boomers and X’s and Y’s; Oh My! Managing a Multigenerational Workplace

Topic:
Boomers and X’s and Y’s; Oh My! Managing a Multigenerational Workplace
Date:
July 19, 2012 at 3:30 - 4:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Susan Haywood, Chief Talent Strategist(Human Resource Blueprints Ltd.)
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Description
There are currently four distinct generations in the workplace, each with a unique style and different needs and values. This can create misunderstandings, conflict and strife in organizations. From the Millenniums to the Boomers, we will cover the attributes common with each of these groups as well as what organizations can do to leverage these unique characteristics to their advantage. We have all experienced these differences in the workplace and have created our own assumptions about each of these groups. From the assumption that older generation can’t adapt with new technology to the belief that younger generations have no company loyalty.

We will cover the realities behind these assumptions and shed some light on what strategies organizations can follow to ensure their workplace is maximizing the strengths of each group. Differences in working style and idea generation are what provide the foundation of a successful and well-rounded organization. Imagine if we all had the same thoughts and ideas? Does this sound like the type of group that would provide innovative ideas and products/ services? Not likely. A diverse workforce is a major strength and one to be leveraged no matter what industry or company size you work within.

Learn how your organization can forge a strong and cohesive team across the generations. Learn how generational diversity can be leveraged to create a more engaged workplace. Learn about policies and practices that will attract younger generations as well as benefit and recognize more seasoned employees. We look forward to sharing this information with you!
Who Should Participate
HR Professionals, Managers, and Small Business Owners.
What You Will Learn
Participants will learn: The truth behind assumptions with multiple generations in the workplace. The key characteristics each of these groups process and how to leverage them to create engaged employees. Policies and practices that will attract younger generations as well as benefit and recognize more seasoned employees.
Recommended Resources
Link to Human Resource Blueprints YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/hrblueprints?feature=guide
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Human Resource Blueprints Ltd.

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Human Resource Blueprints Ltd.
Human Resource Blueprints Ltd. specializes in helping to increase productivity instead of cutting staff and budgets. We accentuate the positive, helps businesses, non-profits, associations and government focus on how they can improve, not retreat
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