Would you like to know more about how different generations think, communicate, and manage in the workplace? How are you currently managing the multi-generational workplace?
The American workforce is much more diverse today than ever before in history, with the age range of employees spanning over 60 years. Each generation has its own unique values and behavior which can sometimes cause misunderstanding in the workplace.
Our current workplace has at least three generations working together and sometimes five generations. Each generation has unique characteristics, strengths and values that are a result of the shared historical events that occurred during their generation. It is important to learn about each generation, to help avoid workplace conflict.Workplaces today have a wide range of generations and ages in the workforce.
Join us as we dive into the various generations and how working with multiple age groups can impact the workplace. Positively, the combination of the different generations allows for new ideas, technology and solutions to workplace issues.
When organizations fail to understand the generational differences, it has a huge impact on many levels. From lower performance to higher turnover rates are just a few issues an organization may face. A better understanding of each generation, its workplace needs and how each generation can effectively interact in the workplace can minimize some of the negative impacts on organizational performance.
About the Speaker: Beth Flynn
Beth Flynn is an enthusiastic educator, facilitator, and trainer. With an emphasis on interactive learning, her strengths-based workshops focus on attitude, creativity, motivation, and leadership styles. Beth's programs receive rave reviews, but the best compliment she receives is that organizations invite her back for additional trainings.
As a member of the Ohio State University Leadership Center team, Beth draws upon her knowledge and experience to help organizations improve employees' performance. Beth holds a master's degree in Community and Human Resource Development from The Ohio State University and a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the Mount St. Joseph University.