Accounting Principals partnered with Ajilon, Parker + Lynch and HR expert and consultant Jeremy York, President of InvigorateHR, to produce this free webinar. In it, we discuss business strategies and proven leadership techniques for managing multiple generations.
The modern American workplace is marked by increased generational diversity. As many as four generations, with diverging views on work, life and the relationship between the two, are currently present in the workforce. As such, managing a multigenerational workforce should be a key focus for employers. To fully involve and integrate every generation takes some careful consideration. How does one effectively manage such a team? This webinar's purpose is to help answer that question.
Some of the main points covered are:
Mind the Millennials – they now make up nearly 50% of the workforce, and by 2025, they will make up 75% of the workforce. Learn how they like to be led.
Consider the Costs – failure to fully integrate all the generations on your team can lead to higher turnover and a damaged brand reputation. Avoid this hit to your bottom line.
Common yet Unique – there are different strokes for different folks. Age demographic doesn't totally determine an individual's disposition, but it does play a critical part. The generational context into which people are born and raised impacts their outlooks and provides insight into how they view the world. Determine which leadership styles are most effective for different generations.
We seek to provide practical solutions to these issues:
- We'll outline preferred leadership styles – past, present and beyond.
- We'll present some strategies to the challenges of leading a multi-generational workforce.
- We'll introduce key leadership styles and approaches for today's generational melting pot.
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