Understanding the four generations in today's workplace is key to effective communication and critical for strong leadership. As organizations become more transparent and younger talent comes to work with new expectations and assumptions it's critical to understand how to leverage this innovative, tech savvy high impact generation.
During this highly interactive workshop you will:
- Understand the four generations in today's worklace - common characteristics and ways to communicate and motivate each cohort
- How and why Gen Y (Millennials) are impacting business across the globe
- The role transparency and social media plays in motivating Gen Y
- Identify why Millennials are called the Rubric Generation
- The 10 "Cs" for motivating Gen Y
By engaging Gen Y in a way they understand, you can tap into the many gifts they bring. The world has changed so much in the past decade, yet so many organizations believe that the way they have always treated their employees will continue to serve everyone from the way they hire, onboard and performance manage. Is your organization generationally friendly?
About the presenter: Diane Spiegel is the author of the recently released book, The Gen Y Handbook: Applying Relationship Leadership to Engage Millennials.
Also, Diane is the creator of Sage Leadership Tools. She has specialized in training for the last twenty-five years, with clients in retail, health care, manufacturing, hospitality, and state agencies.
As an organizational architect, her forte is developing training plans that provide organizations with a strategic process to educate and develop their employees while providing the framework for cultural and organizational change. Creativity, innovation, and consistently stepping out of the box are what sets Diane’s brand apart. As a sought-after speaker, Diane facilitates many workshops around the area of Leadership Development as well as the impact of building strong, effective business relationships and understanding the impact of multi-generations in the workplace.
Diane earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology and psychology from California State University Fullerton and has completed post-graduate study in employee relations and organizational development at the University of California, Irvine. She is certified in MBTI, PULSE POINT (formerly INTRPLAY) and MOHR. She is based out of Orange County, California.
Earlybird registration ends at noon on the Monday before the meeting.
For evening meetings: Pre-registration closes at noon on the day of the meeting, but walkins are welcome.
For lunch meetings: Pre-registration closes at noon on the day before the meeting, but walkins are welcome.
Cancellation/refund deadline is noon on the Monday before the meeting. No shows will be charged in full.