Millennials and Gen Z are people born between 1980 and 2000. They share a generational personality that is highly misunderstood by preceding generations who often misinterpret their motivation as impatience and their enthusiasm as narcissism. The generation brings a new set of values, attitudes and work styles to the office, which can be unfamiliar within a traditional work environment. Managers struggle to find ways to effectively communicate and motivate this fast-paced and tech-savvy generation of employees.
This Webinar is designed to equip those who manage Gen Z with ways to effectively lead and empower a team of professionals to more deeply engage in their work. Participants will learn strategies to lead, motivate and retain the millennial workforce. Webinar will also provide participants with an understanding of this generation's cultural dynamics and gain insight on how to engage and communicate with Millennials employees.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understand the history, key differences and similarities between generation gaps
- Learn and map the key characteristics of Gen Z
- Unpack Myths and Perceptions About This Generation and Explore How Values Can Be a Strategy to Bridge Divides
- The cause of conflict and the preferred learning environment of each group
- The needed change from the leadership of the past to the leadership of the future. Learning how to make the most of your multigenerational workforce and deepen your understanding of this particular generation and their unique potential.
- Apply Best Practices for Working with Millennials & Gen Z Preferences to Increase Motivation, Performance, and Retention