Multiple studies on workplace diversity have concluded that multi-generational teams have unique benefits. They list benefits like decreased employee turnover (and cost!), an increased partnership base, greater knowledge sharing and increased employee engagement. The thing is, if you want multi-generational diversity….you need multi-generational inclusion. In this webinar, you will build your awareness of generational trends and how multi-generational inclusion strategies unlock the value of age diversity on your team or in your organization.
- Build awareness of ageist stereotypes and their impact
- Learn skills to recognize and discard biases based on generational groups
- Develop inclusion skills to leverage the strength of inter-generational workplaces
- Managing People from 5 Generations, Harvard Business Review Article
- How to Manage Generational Differences in the Workplace, Forbes Article
- Tackling 4 Key Challenges of the Multigenerational Workforce, Business News Daily Article
- The Workplace Generation Gap, Monster.com Article
- Marketing to Young Donors, Constant Contact Article
- Managing Intergenerational Conflict, SHRM Article
- 2012 Job Satisfaction Snapshot, SHRM PDF
- PTR Model, The Management Center Article
Contact: Vanessa López and Cairá Lee Conner-Ware
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