“No doubt people are an organization’s most precious asset. Today, unlike any other time in history, that asset is filled with generational diversity.” – Dr. Rick Johnson
For the first time in modern history, workplace demographics now span four generations, meaning that 20-year-old new hires can find themselves working side-by-side with colleagues who are older than they are by 50 years (or even more).
While this diversity of generations provides a unique opportunity for exponential growth, each generation has its own expectations, priorities, approach and communication styles—the differences can spell conflicts that are detrimental to an organization’s performance.
To build a dynamic and competent workforce, employers must unify each generation by creating an adaptable office environment.
For leaders and managers who are juggling the competing demands of diverse generations while keeping them motivated and productive, Managing a Multigenerational Workforce as a course, will provide expert insights and tools to enable you to develop strategies for managing and retaining talent across generations.