For the first time in history, there are now four generations of workers in the U.S. – each with very different values, mindsets, ambitions, and expectations they bring to the job. Not surprisingly, many employers struggle to effectively manage such a diverse workforce.
How do you overcome generational conflicts? How do you reward and recognize performance when each generation sees it differently? How do you reconcile different work habits and belief systems in order to bridge an ever-widening knowledge and employment gap?
In our comprehensive workbook, you’ll learn:
- How to understand and manage the different work attitudes, habits and expectations each generation brings to the job
- The best communication methods and styles to use with each generation
- How to give feedback, recognition and appreciation according to generational preferences
- Tips for hiring, promoting and exiting four generations of workers
- How to merge the different talents, skills and abilities of each generation into a cohesive, high-performing team
- Through a variety of exercises and self-assessment tools, you’ll uncover how your own biases toward each generation affects your ability to manage them. And you’ll identify specific action steps to make you a more effective multi-generational manager.
- A multi-generational workforce can offer a real competitive advantage – but only if you know how to capitalize on the differences while leveraging the similarities between each generation.
This workbook is designed for leaders who want to get even better and keep up in a rapidly changing world. It is filled with hands on exercises and prompts to improve your abilities and the productivity of your organization. Order your copy today!