Thriving in a Multi-Generational Workforce

In today’s workforce, managers are increasingly grappling with the ripple effects of generational differences in the work place. Differing values, mindsets and communication styles combined with the increase in new technology, expectations and ideals can cause surmountable friction in ever-changing teams.

What impact does effective multi-generational leadership have on your organization’s ability to thrive in tomorrow’s business landscape?

As Millennial’s surpass Boomers and Gen X as the largest generation in the workforce and as organizations start to prepare for the next generation, “iGen,” there has never been a more crucial time for leaders to understand, adapt and change how they lead their multi-generational workforce. Just as organizations are constantly challenged to adapt to rising trends, how leaders cultivate their employees has a direct impact on the ability to attract and retain talent.

July 20 – 21, 2017

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Learning Objectives

  • Understanding facts, values and mindset of each generation
  • Effective communication strategies for leading differing generations
  • Cultivating talent through generation-specific professional development
  • Navigating the “freedom economy”
  • Preparing for iGen, the youngest generation
  • Identifying and retaining top talent within each generation
  • Sparking innovation to stay ahead of competition
  • Increasing productivity of your multigenerational workforce
  • Developing a company culture that attracts younger talent and customers
  • Leading the five generations in the workplace

Key Faculty

Brooke Chestnut

Brooke Chesnut is a generational expert that consults, trains and mentors organizations to improve profitability. He has the vitality to engage the millennial generation, the wisdom to educate the senior level workers and the experience to connect the millennial characteristics to all the generations for organizational success. With 30 years of experience in sales, mentoring programs and consulting work, Brooke’s passion for these disciplines resonates with the millennial generation to directly and positively impact their performance in the workplace.

Anastasia Button

Anastasia is the author of #NewJobNewLife: The Millennial’s Take-Charge Plan For Success, an in demand business consultant for attracting and leading Millennials, an international speaker, and has 100% success rate as a Millennial career coach.

As a Millennial herself, Anastasia teaches employers, businesses, associations and groups how they can benefit being leaders to the Millennial generation.

More Details

Tuition

Non-Credit—$750
20% discount available for DU Alumni, Daniels Corporate Partners, and three or more individuals from the same organization—$600
30% discount available for Non-profits, Current or Former Military, Government—$525

1 Graduate Level Credit—$1,258

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel your registration in any of our workshops, you may transfer your enrollment to a future session, send someone to take your place, or cancel without penalty at any time up to three days (72 hours) prior to your class. If you provide us with less than three days’ notice, or fail to attend, you will be responsible for the entire workshop fee.

Contact Us

Director
Executive Education
303.871.2370
Joy Burns Center 312D