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Retention Strategies for Millennials in the Workplace - Webinar

  • ID: 4515212
  • Webinar
  • May 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 90 Minutes
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.
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Learn how to bridge the gap between millennials and the millennialminded older colleagues to create intergenerational cohesion in any team.

Millennials crave meaning. This generation doesnt seek employment with aspirations of staying at one company for a lifetime they want jobs that foster engagement in the workplace, placing emphasis on worklife balance, flexibility, education, and empowerment. While millennials come to work with new skills and a deep understanding of the digital landscape, their more established colleagues, Baby Boomers and Gen X, have wisdom and knowledge that is also crucial to the success of an organization. Both are vitally important, and yet there is no translation between the two generations.

How do you balance the attitudes and values of both groups, and better yet, bridge these generational gaps to create understanding, cohesion, and increased employee engagement?

Experts in workplace culture, CatalystCreativ broaches this topic with practical, actionable steps to create intergenerational cohesion in any team. Their facilitators will utilize their experiences from working with clients such as the Raiders, the New York City Ballet, CocaCola, NPR and WeWork to present strategies that will set your company up for success for years to come.

Learning Objectives
  • You will be able to describe why millennials are not a homogenous group of people.
  • You will be able to identify what millennials want in a workplace.
  • You will be able to discuss onboarding, setting the right tone from the beginning.
  • You will be able to review internal structures that help.
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  • Millennials Are Not a Homogenous Group of People
  • What Does Millennial Minded Mean?
  • Psychographics of Each Group
  • Trends We've Seen Within This Space
  • What Millennials Want in a Workplace
  • What Millennials Want in Companies, and How Does This Differ From Their Boomer Peers?
  • Collaborative, Purpose-Driven, Flexibility and Freedom
  • Why Millennials Stay or Leave and How This Differs From Boomers' Reasons for Leaving
  • Interviews, Quotes From Each Group of Employees
  • Statistics That Illustrate General Trends for Each Group
  • Signs of Someone From Each Group Losing Interest in Their Job and Examples of What It Looks Like
  • Technology Changes the Landscape of What Working Looks Like
  • How to Help Millennial-Minded Employees Make Peace With These Changes and Coexist With Millennials
  • Disconnect Between Younger Employees and People Who Have Been There for 30 Years
  • Psychographics
  • Creating a Culture of Listening for All Generations
  • How Can We Change the Perspective and Tone?
  • Cyclical Mentoring
  • Safe Spaces for People
  • Onboarding: Setting the Right Tone From the Beginning
  • See Everyone Else's Roles
  • Can See Holes in the Company and Then Fill Them
  • Mutual Learning Process
  • Gamification: Engaging Millennials While Improving Efficiency for Boomers
  • Come Back to 7 Levels of Engagement
  • Deeper Connection
  • Internal Structures That Help: Governance and Holacracy
  • People Can Bring up Issues They Are Concerned About, Change Roles, Create Roles
  • Transparency in Company
  • No Isolated Issues
  • Everyone Is There to Resolve It
  • How Do We Improve This?
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Lindsay Robb - CatalystCreativ, Larry Slavin - CatalystCreativ
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This webinar is designed for human resource managers, training managers, presidents, vice presidents, business owners and managers, and payroll professionals.
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