New Leadership Tactics: Managing Four Generations
Traditionalist, Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, Generation Ys/Millennials
A major challenge over the next decade will be to attract, retain, and develop talent as the labor market continues to tighten, technology continues to evolve, and the economy constantly fluctuates. Organizations find themselves managing four generations within the workplace from Traditionalist, Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, to Generation Ys/Millennials. Each generation has its own distinct characteristics, values, and attitudes toward work.
Join us to celebrate the kick of our CMATD’s launch of the Leadership SIG and to participate in a rich facilitated discussion of best practices and challenges related to leading and managing different generations in the workplace.
· Gain an understanding of the nuances and differences of each generation
o Communication preferences
o Leading and managing
Date/Time: Thursday, October 1, 2015 – 7:30 a.m. networking, 8:00-9:00 a.m. facilitated discussion,
Ford Conference Room (1st Floor-North Tower)
UMass Memorial Health Care
67 Millbrook Street
Worcester, MA 01606
$ 0 member
If you have any questions please contact Deb Bercume [deb@BercumeAssociates.com] or Jim Desrosiers [email@example.com].
Co-Facilitators: Deb Bercume, Bercume Associates, Inc. & Jim Desrosiers, GROWTHco.
Deb Bercume, President of Bercume Associates brings over 25 years of experience working with professionals to achieve personal and professional fulfillment. She specializes in Leadership Development spending her time working with leaders through executive coaching or group facilitation focused on individual & team growth; as well as, moving the organization forward.
Jim Desrosiers, President of GROWTHco has been helping clients achieve personal and professional success since 1994. By combining over 500 training courses with business consulting and executive coaching, he customizes solutions for clients to ensure they achieve actual RESULTS. Jim personally specializes in Goal Setting, Employee Productivity, and Soft Skills development and has 33 facilitators and partners to assist with virtually any need in the areas of leadership, supervisory, and technical training.
Location Sponsor: UMass Memorial Health Care