This workshop will focus on understanding the four generations in the workforce (Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y); who they are, what they want and how to leverage their diverse talents. Each generation brings to the workplace its own unique perspectives and work ethic. See how a multigenerational workforce is good for business. Learn how to harness the skills and strengths of each generation. Identify generational differences that can lead to conflict and problems, and create strategies for resolution.
Topics to be discussed:
• How to identify generational differences and learn how it affects the workplace
• Maximize each generation’s strengths and resources
• Define generational expectations and preferences for workplace culture
• Recognize and avoid typical areas of cultural conflict across generations
Who should attend:
Executive directors, human resource officers, program managers and supervisors.
Lauren Supraner is the president of CAL Learning. Lauren has 20 years of experience in language and culture training, assessment and program development. She is a facilitator, coach and consultant who helps multicultural organizations leverage and maximize their diverse talent. Lauren works with leaders and managers to develop their skills in cultural competency, cross cultural communication, team-building and conflict resolution. She coaches foreign-born professionals in accent reduction, business English and American workplace culture. Before founding CAL Learning, Lauren was director of Training and Workforce Development at Pace University. CAL Learning’s nonprofit clients include Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Columbia University and others.
When & Where
United Way of Westchester and Putnam
United Way’s mission is to advance the common good. With your help, we can create opportunities for a better life by focusing on: a quality education that leads to a better job, which provides the income that can support a family through retirement; and good health. Everything we do supports these building blocks for a better life – and that affects all of us.