Today's multi-generational workforce creates both a unique challenge, and opportunity for business. With four different generations in the workplace – soon to be joined by a fifth – the differences in values and drivers of these groups have never been more evident.
Each generational group is uniquely different; from the Traditionalists (born 1925-1945) and Baby Boomers (1946-1964), to Generation X (1965-1980) and the Millennials (1981-2000). Respectively, they bring to the workplace their own set of values, behaviour’s and beliefs along with differing expectations, priorities, work and communication styles.
One-size does not fit all and it’s only by clearly understanding the characteristics of each group and what motivates them can you ensure optimal performance and engagement.
MyGeneration generational diversity training helps businesses define strategies to manage a multi-generational workforce, increase retention, improve collaboration and accelerate growth. From multi-generational management training and coaching to advising on hiring and rewards, we’re here to support with every aspect of workplace dynamics.