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Leading & Understanding Multi-Generations
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July 20th 2015

9:00am to 5:30pm

Hotel Grand Pacific 101 Victoria Street Singapore 188018

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Leading & Understanding Multi-Generations

Leading & Understanding A Multi-Generation Workplace – Gen T, B, X, Y, & Z 400% Tax Deduction or 60% Cash Payout of the course fee (net of government grant or subsidy) under PIC scheme for training of employees! For details, please refer towww.iras.gov.sg/irashome/PIcredit.aspx

Sole-proprietors and partners can claim Course Fees Relief for courses attended, instead of PIC. For details, please refer to www.iras.gov.sg/irasHome/page04.aspx?id=194 The perplexity of the generation gap is felt by all generations at some point in their life. It seems every generation has an opinion about how other generations operate, from the music teenagers choose to staff meetings in the workplace. Even though the difference in opinions on Justin Bieber & Miley Cyprus are unlikely to be resolved anytime soon, is it possible for all to find a common ground & starting point to gain an understanding of generational dynamics in the workplace?

This is the 1st time we’ve had all four generations actively working together at the same time in the workplace.This 1 day workshop puts together insight how the multi generation can work together. While employees from different generations have a different way of working, the end goal is usually the same. So reach out to your younger or older counterparts and learn something new!

Objective

About the Course

Much more than the typical awareness program, participants in the Leading Across A Multi -Generations :

Gain an understanding of the specific differences between the four generations in today’s workforce.

Learn why the typical approaches no longer work with four generations in the workplace and what does.

Discover how stereotyping hinders communication and engagement.

Resolve the “points of friction” where one generation’s style or perspective is likely to conflict with those of another generation.

Learn how to engage the “whole person” in helping team members from every generation apply their unique talents and contribution.

Know how to conduct a “Whole-Person Engagement Conversation” to identify areas for improving engagement.

By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

Define the five generations and their workplace characteristics

Identify the common drivers and value systems of each generation and how those drivers affect motivation and behavior in the workplace

Describe how each generation defines success and understand how the differences affect communication and relationships in the workplace

Determine your employees generational bias and how your approach may need to change when coaching, managing and retaining

employees of different generations

Appreciate and gain respect for what is important to each generation

Outline

Module One: History

What Generations Exist in the Workplace

What Defines a Generation?

What This Means In Our Workplace?

Module Two: Traditionalist

Their Background

Their Characters

Their Working Style

Module Three: Baby Boomers

Their Background

Their Characters

Their Working Style

Module Four: Generation X’s

Their Background

Their Characters

Their Working Style

Module Five: Generation Y’s (Millennial)

Their Background

Their Characters

Their Working Style

Module Six: Generation Z’s (Zoomersl)

Their Background

Their Characters

Module Seven: Differentiations Between Generations

Background

Attitude

Life Experience

Working Style

Module Eight: Finding Common Ground

Adopting A Communication Style

Creating An Affinity Group

Sharing Knowledge

Module Nine: Conflict Management (I)

Younger Bosses Managing Older Workers

Breaking Down the Stereotypes

Avoid Turnover with a Retention Plan

Module Ten: Conflict Management (II)

Embrace The Hot Zone

Treat Each Other As A Peer

Embracing the Unfamiliar

Create a Succession Plan

Module Eleven: The Power of 4

Benefits of Generation Gaps

How to Learn From Each Other

Who should attend

This course is suitable and beneficial to any individual, managers, employee or employers who want to develop more effective communication and influencing strategies to different generation of employees

Methodology

An interactive method will be used throughout the course comprising lectures, group discussions and hands-on exercises & video clips examples

Testimonials

Topic was very appropriate as management faces challenges with young generation. Leslie was extremely wonderful in the way he engaged us. The video clips, music and such that were used in between discussions brought back nostalgic memories and the comedy clips were apt and meaningful. Growing Up Gifted Pte Ltd

“This was the best training I have ever attended, it helped me both personally and professionally. I know this training met my needs and the needs of the team, not just motivational but life-changing – beyond mere words can truly describe……Thank you.”

Jyrki Nilson – Managing Director, Finnovate & Tours International America

Leslie helped the senior management team of Saudi Paper to formulate a new Vision, a Strategic Plan and energized us to work towards that. The training was unique, inspiring and pragmatic. Thank You. Mubarak Alkhater – CEO, Saudi Paper Group