What are they thinking? Understanding generational differences in the workforce.

  • 11 Jun 2015
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • SAU Downtown Education Center at the New Ventures Center, 331 West Third Street, Davenport, IA


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Please join us for our June Meeting 

Understanding generational differences in the workforce

      Thursday, June 11th
SAU Downtown Education Center 

331 West Third Street, Davenport, IA

Lunch will be served at Noon and the presentation will take place from 12:30pm - 1:30pm.

Presented by:
Stephanie Hurley

Dale Carnegie Training
Client Development Associate and Certified Trainer
ATDMVC Board Member

Our workplace is a generational melting pot.  You’re probably interacting with 4 different generations, all of whom have ingrained differences on important issues like company commitment, flexibility, rewards, and change.  You’ll learn why one group is team oriented while the other is fiercely independent; and why one works for rewards while another works only if the work is “interesting.”  This will help you get the most out of each group by using the appropriate motivation.  

You’ll also see how to turn the different attitudes and skills each generation brings to the table into powerful performance drivers.  You’ll learn to spread your new understanding in your group so that resentment, misunderstandings and conflict are minimized. 

  • Identify the 4 generations in the workplace today
  • Understand the values, issues and factors affecting each generation
  • Recognize how generation influences work style
  • Learn tips for communicating and giving feedback in which each generation can identify
  • Learn the "innerview" process for building rapport and trust across generations

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