In our course, Working Relationships with Multi-Generational People, we will dive into the various ways to effectively build relationships with people of other generations. By 2020, 35% of Singapore’s population will be aged 50 and above. With an aging population, it is becoming especially important for workplaces to accommodate older workers. Moreover, organisation needs a workforce from millennium, Gen X, Y, Z and Babyboomer to balance their synergy. However, there are still many people who do not know how to properly work with people of different generations.
Most people like to stereotype people from different generations. Hence, we need to understand their traits to better communicate and connect with them. For instance, Gen Xers are typically described as being resourceful, independent, and keen on maintaining work-life balance. The core values of Baby Boomers include optimism, team orientation, personal gratification, health and wellness, personal growth, youthfulness, work, and involvement. When a workplace environment supports their values Baby Boomers are more satisfied with their jobs.
Within this 1-day Working Relationships with Multi-Generational People workshop, participants will learn the differences between people of the different generations, understand the strengths of every generation and ways to unleash their fullest potentials.
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
You will be learning the following:
History in brief
Finding Common Ground
Where are the Differences?
How can we get them to see it our way?
Unleash different Generational Potentials
Putting It into Practice
Silents, Boomers, Xers, Ys, and Millennials (Zs)
Characteristics of the Generations
Bridging the Generational Difference
Understanding different Generational Strengths
What We Really Want
$513.60 per participant (Inc. GST)
Course fee revised to S$648.00 (Incl. GST) from Year 2023 onwards
Absentees will be charged the full course fee.
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