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Bridging Generations in the Workplace

Format

In-Person/Virtual

Duration

4 hours

About the Workshop

Navigate the diverse landscape of today's workforce with our "Generations in the Workplace" workshop. Drawing insights from Harvard Business Review, this program addresses the stereotypes and perceived differences among the five generations currently active in the workforce.

 

Contrary to popular belief, evidence suggests that different generations do not exhibit markedly distinct behaviors or desires in the workplace. However, stereotypes persist, and these can hinder collaboration and learning. Our workshop is designed to dismantle these stereotypes, highlighting common goals and evolving needs across generations.

Topics Covered:

  • In-depth discussion on the five generations in the workforce: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y (Millennials), and Gen Z.

  • Small group activities to foster understanding and collaboration among different generational groups.

  • Examination of common generational stereotypes and comments.

  • Strategies to bridge the generational gap and enhance workplace harmony.

  • Practical tips for developing robust relationships across different generations.

 

This workshop is ideal for managers and team leaders who aim to create a more cohesive and understanding workplace environment. It’s also beneficial for team members who wish to gain a deeper understanding of their colleagues from various age groups.

 

Workshop Experience:

  • Format: Available both in-person and virtually. For an optimal learning experience, we recommend the in-person format.

  • Duration: A comprehensive 4-hour workshop.

 

Join us for this enlightening session and equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to embrace generational diversity in your workplace. Together, we can turn generational differences into strengths. Register now to be part of this transformative experience!

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