Leading a Multi-Generational Workforce
November 16 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm$210.00 – $255.00
This session proposes that the focus on assigning people into generational groups, such as ‘boomers, Gen X, Gen Z, etc’ is creating a ‘great divide’ and challenges participants to adopt a new approach to grow high performance teams by creating workplaces of choice where each individual is supported in their career growth.
The workshop explores how we can improve our understanding of workforce attitudes and values by moving beyond the constraints of a generational lens. It will examine common generational categories and why relying on these stereotypes can be misleading when it comes to designing strategies for attraction, recruitment and retention. It will outline important behaviour patterns and desires that cross all generational boundaries and recommend strategies to improve the way we pay attention to our blended workforce and their wants and needs in ways that are more meaningful to them and more beneficial to our organisations.
- The implications and limitations of generational trends
- Popular myths about Xers, Boomers, Millennials and Gen Z
- Fundamental workforce expectations that transcend all age cohorts
- Workforce planning needs in a blended workforce
- Communication needs across and among age groups
HR Managers, Managers, Clinical Nurse Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders – Home Care providers /residential care providers.