Leading the Various Generations in Your Firm
Course ID: LE6176008
NASBA Category: Business Management and Organization
Level: Basic
Author: Robinson, Ed
Conference Year: 2017
CPE Credits: 6
Prerequisites: No prerequisites for this course
Advanced Preparation: None
Course Description:

Is your organization experiencing the talent management shift? Are the people in your company being challenged by new ways of doing business, different values, and changes in behavior? Are your leaders effective at driving high performance results? This course will help you cultivate the best in your millennials by showing leaders how to embrace and leverage the generational differences within your company. Ed Robinson will share how millennials and other generations affect succession planning and organizational performance. Participants will learn to understand the key strategies they need to use as leaders, coaches, and mentors to produce high payoffs in their staff. This course will also help you define the various generations' influence on your company and will provide strategies to lead people from all generations. Participants will leave the program enthused, motivated and empowered to take action!

Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize key differences between the different generations represented in the workforce
  • Identify strategies for leading, coaching, and mentoring staff from all generations
  • Discuss how each generation impacts succession planning and organizational performance

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