Generational diversity is an often overlooked form of diversity in the workplace. One of the greatest challenges people leaders face today is managing negative stereotyping in multi-generational teams. Younger generations may perceive previous generations as risk-averse, inflexible or lacking in enthusiasm, while older employees may perceive younger colleagues as entitled praise-seekers who are easily distracted by technology. How can leaders foster cohesive and productive teamwork when facing the possibility of such limiting beliefs? A key approach lies in focusing on similarities rather than differences. Leaders who know how to build bridges among generations will reap the benefits of diversity and cultivate collaboration, engagement, performance, and productivity.
This seminar explores ways to build bridges among generations in the workplace.
A 1-hour instructor led training session that combines lecture elements with a variety of engaging elements like Q&A, group discussion, as well as polling and chat functionality when delivered virtually