Learn to manage young, smart and brash employees who may wear flip-flops to the office or listen to iPods at their desk.
They seem to want to work, but they don't want work to be their life. This informative and entertaining program combines relationship building with no-fluff research on how to raise your awareness of generational issues and create better relationships with younger employees
The number one thing the dot com generation wants: How to keep them interested and learning
The under 30 workforce, generation X on steroids: High-performance, high-maintenance, and a strong sense of self worth
Feedback and recognition: Time saving ways to meet the demands of people used to getting constant feedback.
Understanding a generation who prefers virtual problem solving
Coaching social skills in younger employees
How to be right without making t wrong
Inspiring company loyalty when employees are naturally skeptical
Creating an appealing environment: Promoting creativity and independent thinking
How to guide employees who don’t know how to shut up
Developing trust: Listening like a leader
How the younger generation deals with change
Successfully building better relationships that create a higher level of service: Making sure customers benefit from our efforts
I Just wanted to let you know that we really enjoyed Garrison's generational differences training program. We definitely needed the laughs!
He gave great insight regarding working with the younger generation. I'm a baby boomer and forget that those who came later have had lots of things all their lives, thus they don't realize what we didn't have. - U.S. Probation - WD/MI
Additional training programs for managers of a multigenerational workforce.