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Academy Webinar - "New Realities and Strategies for Managing Five Generations in the Workplace"
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To compete in situations where companies employ people from many generations, these companies must: - Recognize new attitudes among their employees - Acknowledge that new relationships will exist between employees and organizations - Open up to revisiting assumptions about which employees are appropriate for which roles - Rethink the ways in which they hire, motivate, and retain employees

3/25/2015
When: Wednesday March 25, 2015
From 1:00 PM till 2:00 PM EDT
Where: IMC USA Webinar
Presenter: Sindy Martin
Contact: Don Scellato CMC FIMC
510-523-1141


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Help Yourself and Your Clients Connect With Multiple Generations As You Work On Projects

Most companies today are experiencing the impact of multiple generations in the workplace. Communicating well across generations provides challenges and opportunities to consultants working with clients in theses situations. 

 

This webinar is presented by Sindy Martin. Sindy is a nationally recognized speaker and trainer having delivered presentations on Professionalism, Cultural Protocol, Business Etiquette, Leadership, and Communication.  

New Realities and Strategies for Managing

Five Generations in the Workplace

©2015 Sindy Martin, Smartin International, Inc.

This webinar  

}  Describes the perceptions and priorities of the five generations and the cultures within them.

}  Relates how generational communications styles affect business.

}  Promotes skills for higher levels of intergenerational communication.

}  Encourages diverse working styles across all the generations.

}  Helps understand how companies can make flexibility work for all the generations.

 

Companies that expect to compete in even the very near future must:

}  Recognize new attitudes among their workers.

}  Acknowledge that new relationships will exist between employees and organizations.

}  Open up to revisiting assumptions about which workers are appropriate for which roles.

}  Rethink the ways in which they hire, motivate, and retain employees.

 

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