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When Generations Collide: Managing Four Generations in the Workplace

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2012
  • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Portland Country Club, Falmouth, ME

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When Generations Collide: Managing Four Generations in the Workplace

Practical ideas and suggestions from real live case studies on how the four groups of generations (traditionalist, baby boomer, Gen X and Gen Y) can overcome some of their conflicts and learn to constructively work together to improve productivity, performance and bottom line results.

We have four generations working side by side in the workplace.   Each of these generations is impacted by various events that shape who they are and how they work.   We need to understand what motivates each group. 

 

Conflicts frequently have generational issues as their cause:
• “She is not committed to his job”
• “He has a poor work ethic”
• “He does not follow direction”
• “I can’t believe the way he/she dresses”
• “What do you mean I can’t work from home on Friday’s”

 

This session will offer a better understanding and appreciation of each generation and how they act and think.  It will include ideas on how to motivate and retain great employees from all generations, as well as offer insight into how to constructively work with individuals from among the various generations.

About Our Presenter:

MandySchumakerMandy Schumaker, President of Higher Performing People is a former sales and management executive in the newspaper industry, who has extensive experience in executive coaching, leadership development, sales and marketing, facilitation and team building. She has a gift for helping executives and entrepreneurs maintain their focus and hold themselves and others accountable, which in turn helps them to become more effective productive leaders.


Mandy holds a BS in Journalism from Indiana University. She is a certified coach through Coach, Inc., and is certified to administer the Myers -Briggs Type Indicator.  She resides in South Portland, Maine with her husband Ted O’Meara and two sons.
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