For the first time in history, four generations are active in the profit and nonprofit workforce. Shaped by the world in which they grew up, these four generations bring different perspectives, work ethic and abilities to learn to the workplace. All of this can create conflict, breakdowns in communication and decreased productivity. Leaders and managers must be able to understand the differences not only to communicate to their teams in a relevant fashion but also to motivate and manage them.
In this session participants can expect to learn:
The characteristics, values, and communication styles of the different generations.
Why traditional management practices are not always effective across generations.
The secret to effectively managing multiple generations. It’s simpler than you think.
Hosted by The Center for Corporate and Professional Education at Cape Cod Community College. Sponsored by Eastern Bank