Today’s multigenerational workforce poses a unique challenge for managers and companies. For the first time ever, five generations coexist in the workplace, creating an increased focus on managing multigenerational workforces. Between generational stereotypes, different values and communication preferences, effectively managing this variety of viewpoints isn't easy. A multigenerational workforce creates an immense need for collaboration and communication, while also providing an unprecedented opportunity for innovation, by taking advantage of the extensive amount of perspectives everyone has to offer.
During this webinar, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, Esq., Co-Founder and President of SHIFT HR Compliance Training, LLC, a Gen X, along with Bradley Bunn, our Product Development & Marketing Coordinator, a Millennial, will discuss:
Key generational differences
Common stereotypes and unconscious bias
Benefits of multigenerational inclusion
Sense of belonging: moving beyond diversity & inclusion
Strategies to achieve a harmonious multigenerational environment
Creating a respectful and open-minded environment for all generations will result in a more vibrant workplace and a stronger bottom line. A workforce that is more united will ultimately be more successful.
This program is valid for 1 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. *