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Leading the Generations
For the first time in history there are four generations of leaders in the workplace. Each group has a vastly different way of communicating, differing ways of thinking about work, and under it all is a truly unique set of needs and values. Join us for a panel discussion, hosted by Christine Grimm from Aria Consulting, with expert speakers, Beverly Kaye, Career Systems International and Aviel Sekovits, DDI as they discuss generational leadership roles.

The differences, which make each generation so unique, really shape each generation's approach to their work as leaders and managers. We will take a closer look at “What the generations actually want from their careers?” Coaching? Development? Utilizing entrepreneurial experiences and skills?

We will investigate “How leaders can support career conversations between the generations?” Do Leaders need to review the styles, abilities and motivations of the individuals that work for them, regardless of generation? Does there need to be an understanding how Leaders can support personalized learning experiences for their direct reports while holding them accountable?

Have you considered that as Leaders “We make too much of the differences and too little about the similarities between generations?” We often look at what we think are differences between generations in the workplace, when really some of that is due to stage of career. Younger generations are upwardly mobile and itching for new challenges, but is that a result of the workplace as it is today?
Do all the generations want work that is challenging, meaningful, with opportunities to learn and grow on the job? The panel will investigate the importance that the workforce has Leaders who recognize each generation’s individual talents and care about their future development.
01/29/2013 2:00 pm o'clock
01/29/2013 3:00 pm o'clock
Julie Ogilvie
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Who should participate:

  • HR Professionals
  • Leaders
  • managers
  • supervisors

What you will learn:

In this panel discussion you will learn:
  • What each generation wants from their career
  • How Leaders can support these career conversations
  • The similarities and difference between the generations and how Leaders can manage this effectively

Recommended Resources:

  • Pew Research Center, “Millennials: Confident. Connected. Open to Change”
  • AchieveGlobal, “Survey Analysis: Employee Motivation by Generation Factors” by Seleste Lunsford
  • “Generations at Work: Managing the Clash of Veterans, Boomers, Xers & Nexters in Your Workplace” by Ron Zemke, Claire Raines & Bon Filipczak
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