People from up to five different generations are working in today’s workforce. Individuals in each generation have fundamentally different life experiences and influences than those in generations before or after them.
These distinctive life experiences lead to differences in how we express values, in our sources of motivation, and in our preferences for communication. And these differences can lead to clashes and conflicts among coworkers of different generations.
Understanding Generational Differences helps participants gain a better understanding of the generations that make up the current workforce and how their unique experiences and expectations impact their view of the workplace. You will be able to identify the challenges of working with multiple generations and learn techniques that foster respectful communication and positive interaction with all groups.