Generational Differences Training Videos
With four generations in today's workplace, differences in attitudes, values, and communication can create misunderstandings and trigger conflicts that reduce morale, teamwork, and productivity. But these differences need not be barriers to a bigger bottom line.
We can minimize gender bias by knowingly avoiding stereotypes as shortcuts. Additional strategies include setting clear evaluation criteria before the evaluation process begins and then adhering to them, holding decision makers accountable for their decisions, measuring and reporting our organization’s progress in gender fairness, and legitimating women leaders by vouching for their competence.
Chances are, you’ve struggled with someone older—or younger—who just doesn’t see things your way. This assessment will help you understand the differences between the generations and identify ways to “flex” your own behavior to better work with or manage people of all ages.
America's primary labor supply for the next decade -- mostly in their teens and twenties -- represents the smallest population group in U.S. history and the thinnest pool of entry level workers in modern times. There simply are not enough of them to go around, particularly in the service industries. And every time a business loses an employee, the high cost of attracting, hiring and training a replacement cuts into the profit margin.
This new program deals with the respect and inclusion component of diversity - from the employee's perspective. M.E.E.T.: Breaking New Ground will provide your employees with the tools they need to understand and manage their behavior as it relates to others in the workplace.
M.E.E.T. on Common Ground™ helps counteract the shame, blame and stereotyping that create toxic environments and undermine productivity. Using the M.E.E.T. approach, employees learn to recognize, respond to and resolve situations that stem from differences. Employees take away a new appreciation for their personal responsibility to create a respectful workplace.
For the first time in history, there are four generations in the workplace at the same time. Each of these age groups has different expectations and different demands, and employers who cannot recognize these will lose their best employees and see their workplaces in turmoil.
Video Streaming Also AvailableGenerations turns the challenge of multiple generations in the workplace into a competitive advantage. By applying the M.E.E.T. approach to the complexities of effectively working in a multigenerational workforce, emerging leaders gain insights, strategies and skills that help minimize generational conflict and strengthen collaboration.