Managing the Multigenerational Workplace webinar
June 22, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 amFree
Are you prepared to manage the new generation of workers? With Baby Boomers still in the workforce and Generation Z moving in, organizations across the country are changing. Workplaces are now employing four generations of workers. Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z all want to put their best foot forward at work. How do you extract the best out of every generation in your organization?
Join us on June 22 at 9 a.m. for the “Managing the Multigenerational Workplace” webinar. Create awareness and understanding about the benefits of multigenerational workplaces through data and resource sharing, interactive activities, and open dialogue; topics include historical context, communication, and work styles.
Stefanie Adams, the Chief Empowerment Officer for WNY People Development, is facilitating this webinar. Stefanie Adams is a learning and development professional, educator, elected official, wife, and mother. She believes that all things are possible with a positive attitude, gratitude, and collaboration. Adams has over 15 years of experience leading and training in corporate, non-profit, and educational settings. She earned her M.Ed. in Multicultural Education in 2008.
- Who’s In the Virtual Room?
Participants will find out what generation they belong to through engaging activity; individuals recognize and identify items, songs and historical events that align with their youth.
- Defining Our Generations
Participants will learn the work and communication styles of Boomers to Gen Z; they will be introduced to the importance of historical context related to a person’s perception, expectations and work style.
- Strategies for Impact
Strategies will be shared to leverage and capitalize on multigenerational strengths and differences; team and trust-building activities will be highlighted.
Participants will be provided an opportunity to ask questions about the information presented.
- Resource Sharing
Participants will be provided resources including blogs, book recommendations and other resources to assist with continuing the discussion.