OVERVIEWEmployers and managers need to understand the attitudes and expectations of each of the four generations so they can best work with each. The days of “treat everyone the same” are no longer with us; now we must accept the needs and desires of the individual.
What causes the generations to differentiate from one another?
- create the generational change by repeatedly causing youth to push back on adulthood
- create threats to the apprentice-to-master model
- change the definition of ‘success’
This insightful and entertaining presentation introduces audiences to the four generations of employees in today’s workplace and how to work with and manage each. Case studies are brought to life and recommendations for best practices are shared.
This presentation can be highly customized to feature census data (where appropriate), company initiatives, company demographics, etc.
Worksheets are available for a quick 5-minute exercise to ensure take-away ideas and behaviors.
Recruiting and Retention concepts can be added if needed.
This presentation can be modified to be a ½ day or full day workshop.
Ask about the added value of surveying participants in the weeks prior to the presentation.
“Cam Marston was our Mega Meeting speaker. Cam is not only charismatic, engaging, and hilarious but he also delivers great insight into the minds and motivations of several generations in the workforce. Our diverse audience of managers remained engaged and inspired, posing questions, thoughts and aha moments throughout the two hour presentation. Feedback indicated that not only were the attendees fully entertained, but also that what they learned is changing their personal and professional interactions. Cam’s Four Generations One Workforce presentation was by far the very best meeting that we have held and we are pleased to have offered it to our members.”
Christina White , President IREM Chapter 77 – Northern Virginia
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