Shaping Change Inner Circle - July 2018
Welcome to the Inner Circle for July 2018.
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While having various cultures in one workplace can present communication problems and conflicts, the benefits of such a variety in the workplace outweigh it. The workplace can present challenges to management in terms of handling the different generations present. As older workers delay retiring and younger workers are entering the workforce, the work environment has become a patchwork of varying perspectives and experiences, all valuable to say the least.
The Generational Differences in the Workplace webinar will help participants understand the various generations present at work, and understand what motivates them and dealing with them on a daily basis. Both the young and older worker will have many ideas to offer, which will help the organization thrive in the marketplace. Learning how to deal with the generation gaps at work will help you become a better manager or co-worker.
Welcome to “Generational Differences in the Workplace”
From around the web:
How to Manage Generational Differences in the Workplace
The Myth of Generational Differences in the Workplace
How Generational Differences Impact Organizations & Teams
What do Millennials want at work?
The Issue of Generational Differences in the Workplace
How to get along with Boomers, GenXers and Millennials | Mary Donohue | TEDxToronto
How to Make Millennials Want to Work for You | Keevin O'Rourke | TEDxUNI
Generation Z: Making a Difference Their Way | Corey Seemiller | TEDxDayton
Transcending Generational Differences in the Workplace [webinar]
Dealing with Gen Y: What makes them tick?
Generation Y Part 2: How to attract and keep them?
My recommended reading this month is: Generations at Work: Managing the Clash of Boomers, Gen Xers, and Gen Yers in the Workplace.
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