Topics include the importance of mentorship, awareness of generational differences and a comparison of the lifestyle of 4 generations that work within the same company and the tensions created by gaps in communication styles.
Leverage the strength of five generations in the workforce, the veterans, baby boomers, generation X, millennials, and generation Z, for communicators to help in instilling a positive culture in the organization in terms of messaging and communication.
Topics include the differences between older generations and the millennials when it comes to digital knowledge in the workplace, how brands are restructuring their image to meet millennials' aspirations, and a growing trend towards collaborative consumption.
how to effectively lead different generations in the workplace: identification of who the four generations encompass, drawing the strengths of each generations, and adapting management style for each generation.
Older employees offer many benefits to the workplace, including experience, loyalty, and a strong work ethic. But when it comes to training the older worker, employers may need to make some special considerations.
Topics covered include the need for companies to take an active role in the process to educate and recruit the next generation of facilities managers, the importance of getting the generations to work together cohesively and the characteristics of Gen Z that are of importance to real estate and building management.
This program helps viewers understand the characteristics of Generation X and baby boomers, the needs of Generation Y, and strategies for managing and making changes to attract and retain Generation Y.
This program highlights the key features of three of “generations”—baby boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y—working together and the resulting issues for managers and those involved in recruiting, developing, and retaining staff.