LEADING A MULTIGENERATIONAL WORKFORCE
During this time and age, leading a multigenerational workforce is a necessity. As soon as you thought you were starting to get the hang of managing millennials, the next generation is on their way into the workforce. Generation Zers already account for almost 7% of the global labour force, and by 2025, they will account for over 20%. In this workshop, we will show you how to leverage your emotional intelligence to lead, motivate, engage and drive results with the most multigenerational workforce yet – Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen Xs, Ys and Zs.
Leading a multigenerational workforce has a multitude of challenges. With the Generation Z cohort entering the workforce, we are managing the most multigenerational workforce than ever before. Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Gen Zers all are now working side by side under one roof. Learning how to lead a multigenerational workforce is critical to any companies’ success.
Workplace diversity refers to the variety of differences between people in an organization. Appreciating those differences sounds rather simple, but many people have legitimate feelings stemming from one’s background and experience, as well as their deep-rooted perspective of the other generations. Organizations that embrace workplace diversity training have a distinct competitive advantage.
Workplace diversity training programs are essential to create a culture of inclusion. This training will ensure that your employees understand how they can foster and benefit from a diverse workplace while meeting both their individual and organizational goals.
Each generation has its strengths and challenges, and to manage them well, leaders need to know the unique preferences each generation possesses. Join us in this session – Leading a Multigenerational Workforce to learn how to lead with emotional intelligence to create inclusion in your workplace, resulting in more innovative ideas, productive employees, and impressive results.
- Identify the characteristics of each generation
- Define emotional intelligence, and discover why EI is vital to lead a multi-generational workforce
- Compare and contrast the generational preferences in terms of communication, values, and work ethic
Leading a Multigenerational Workforce
- Emotional intelligence competencies needed to embrace the diverse workforce
- Strategies to manage the generational gaps
- Creating a culture of inclusion through emotional intelligence
Action Planning & Reflection
- Leading a multigenerational workforce goals
Learn to develop effective ways to communicate, motivate, and engage each generation, fostering a culture of inclusion.
Develop an action plan to lead a multigenerational workforce within your organization.