Parker + Lynch partnered with Ajilon, Accounting Principals and HR expert and consultant Jeremy York, President of InvigorateHR, to produce this free webinar. In it, we discuss business strategies and leadership techniques for a multigenerational workforce.
Generational diversity is a marked characteristic of the modern American workforce. As many as four generations, often with conflicting views on work, life and the relationship between the two, currently coexist in the workplace. There’s an urgent need among employers to successfully navigate the landscape of the present-day multigenerational workforce. The appropriate leadership techniques are imperative for success. How does one effectively manage a multigenerational team? This webinar will help.
Some of the main points covered are:
Millennials Moving Up – they now make up nearly 50% of the workforce, and by 2025, they will make up 75% of the workforce. Find out which leadership styles they prefer.
Costs to Consider – without consideration for all generations in the workforce, the risks of turnover and a damaged brand reputation are high. Avoid this hit to your bottom line with techniques to successfully manage a multigenerational team.
Similar, but Still Unique – people aren’t “one size fits all.” Generational identity does not always determine an individual’s personality, but it does play an important role. The generational context of someone’s birth and upbringing impacts his or her outlook on life. Determine which leadership techniques are most effective for different generations.
We seek to provide practical answers to these questions:
- What is each generation’s preferred leadership style?
- What are some solutions to the challenges of leading a multi-generational workforce?
- What key leadership styles and approaches are best for managing younger generations?
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