A core challenge over the next decade will be to attract and retain a skilled work force as the labor market continues to tighten and technology continues to evolve. This situation is exacerbated as companies find themselves managing four generations of American workers – each with their own distinct characteristics, values, and attitudes toward work.
To successfully integrate these generations into the workplace, companies will need to embrace radical changes in recruitment, benefits, and creating a corporate culture that actively demonstrates respect and inclusion for its multigenerational work force.
In this informative audio conference, you will learn earn how your organization can embrace generational diversity and foster a culture of collaboration, acceptance, and productivity.Learning Objectives
By attending this 90-minute audio conference, you will learn how to:
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- Evaluate how generation-friendly your work environment is and identify areas for improvement
- Improve workforce understanding, collaboration, and participation
- Lead, manage, and motivate employees across generations
- Foster a culture of collaboration and create high-performing teams
- Create a team-building plan to improve your interactions across generations
Sarah L. Sladek is the President and CEO of Limelight Generations, one of the only generational companies in the United States focused on recruiting, retaining, managing, and marketing to generations X, Y, and Z.
Sarah sits on the national board of directors for the National Association of Women Business Owners, and is the author of two ground-breaking books on the generational topic. Her expertise has been featured in national media, including Fast Company and National Public Radio, and she authors many articles and a blog on the generational topic.
She is also the founder of XYZ University, the first online learning community devoted to educating organizations on how to engage younger generations, and the RockStars@Work Conference, the nation’s first generation-themed business conference addressing the demographic shift and approaching talent gap. PHR / SPHR Credits!
This program has been approved for 1.5 recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute.