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From Boomer to Gen Y: What's Working in Multi-Generation Workforce Management

From Boomer to Gen Y: What's Working in Multi-Generation Workforce Management - on CD

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From Boomer to Gen Y: What's Working in Multi-Generation Workforce Management - on CD

With 72 percent of HR executives stating that managing a multigenerational workforce poses a challenge, it is necessary for you to know the best approach to successfully master this task and create tailored work experiences that will appeal to all generations.

Learn how to reduce the friction caused by age-related perceptions and effectively manage today's multigenerational workforce with the all-new HR Hero audio conference, "From Boomer to Gen Y: What's Working in Multi-Generation Workforce Management."

Your audio conference presenter, Dr. Deborah Tobey, has more than 20 years of experience in organization development; she will share practical solutions for increasing cooperation, communication, and producitviy in a multigeneratinal workforce.

Audio Conference Learning Take-Aways:

  • Tips to motivate employees from various generations
  • Who makes up these generations and how they differ
  • How to pinpoint the source of friction when faced with age-related conflicts
  • How to help Millennials achieve a work/life balance
  • Training ideas that appeal to older employees
  • Management techniques for impatient Gen Yers who want to be in charge
  • And there's more. Visit the "Full Audio Conference Details" tab for more information.

Your Audio Conference Leader

Dr. Deborah TobeyDr. Deborah Tobey has been in the organization development field for more than 20 years. She is a full-time faculty member in the Department of Leadership, Organizations, and Policy at Vanderbilt University's Peabody College, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in organizational leadership. She is also the principal of a solo OD consulting practice.

Deb has served clients in both the public and private sector, including such organizations as Ceridian Corporation, Saturn Corporation, General Mills, Whirlpool Corporation, Deutsche Bank, BMI Inc., the State of Tennessee Departments of Human Resources and Transportation, the University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service, the YWCA, the Center for Nonprofit Management, and the American Management Association. Her areas of expertise include consultation skills development; leadership development; group and planning process interventions; teambuilding; performance and training needs assessment and evaluation; training/instructional design; competency modeling; supervisory and management development; and “train the trainer.”

Deb is the author of Data Collection for Needs Assessment (2007) and Needs Assessment Basics (2005), and is the co-author of Facilitation Skills Training (2007) and Facilitation Basics (2004).

From Boomer to Gen Y: What's Working in Multi-Generation Workforce Management - on CD

Presented by Dr. Deborah Tobey, faculty member in the Department of Leadership, Organizations, and Policy at Vanderbilt University's Peabody College.

With talk in D.C. about raising Social Security retirement's age from 65 to anywhere between 67 and 70, it's likely that older employees will stay in the workforce longer. This age group's delayed retirement, combined with new college graduates entering the workforce daily, opens the door for different opinions, choices, and thought processes based on age alone. With such a diverse group, it's no surprise that 72 percent of HR executives find managing a multigenerational workforce to be incredibly challenging.

Consider this stat: According to a 2010 report from the Conference Board, Millennials believe that Boomers are less comfortable with technology and adapting to change than their younger counterparts. On the flip side, Boomers feel that younger generations are difficult to manage and more likely to need supervision.

With such perceptions in place, the workplace is ripe for friction, and HR professionals are faced with the challenge of tailoring a work environment where all generations can thrive. It is vital for you to understand how to accommodate employees of all ages, so your organization can be diverse, productive, and successful.

With this interactive audio conference, you'll learn:

  • How to deal with tensions arising from senior employees working for those who are younger
  • Who makes up these generations and how they differ
  • How to pinpoint the source of friction when faced with age-related conflicts
  • Why Seniors and Boomers are working longer and how both groups view the concept of work
  • How to help Millennials achieve a work/life balance
  • Tips to motivate employees from various generations
  • Management techniques for impatient Gen Yers who want to be in charge
  • Training ideas that appeal to older employees
  • How to tailor work experiences that will retain the Gen Y workforce
  • How to develop an on-boarding process that can appeal to multiple generations
  • And much more...

In just 90 minutes, you'll learn to increase communication, spark productivity, and effectively manage today's multigenerational workforce. Order Now.

 

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