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Effectively Manage Employees Who are Older Than You (and Who Have More Experience) - Webinar

  • ID: 3693289
  • Webinar
  • 60 Minutes
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM ET
Date: 17/05/2016

Understand the best practices in managing the five generations of the American workforce.

In today’s five-generation American workforce, the younger generations are finding themselves in management positions, managing older Generation Xers, baby boomers and mature workers that may be significantly older and possess more work experience. Learning how to work with and manage all your employees, no matter the age, is essential to the success of your team and company. This topic will provide you with the tools required to build relationships and manage the talent that comes from the employees with more work experience than you. This topic includes humor, sensitivity, and applicable/actionable best practices that can be implemented immediately for optimal success.

Who Should Attend:

This live webinar is designed for supervisors, team leaders, business owners and managers, presidents, vice presidents and human resource managers.
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Start With an Exercise: Why Should I Want to Work for Your Firm?

Talent Management in Our Five Segment American Workforce
- Matures
- Baby Boomers
- Gen Xers
- Millennials
- Igeneration

Understand What Makes Your Employees "Tick"

Forging Powerful Relationships

The Benefits of Diversity (Hint: It's Not Compliance)

Be Self-Aware, Sensitive, and Self-Confident

Communication Is Key to Your Success

Treat All Your Employees Like Customers
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Ethan L. Chazin, The Chazin Group LLC
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