012. Preparing for 2020: The Manager's Guide to Dealing with the New Workplace
Instructor: Kathy Newton, Ph.D.
Monday, March 07, 2016
8:00 am – 11:30 am
(this is a morning course, you will need to select an afternoon course as well)
Full Course Description:
Managing good talent has never been easy, but the rapid pace of change is going to make this even more challenging. Is your organization ready for it? Consider a few changes that employers of the future will have to deal with: 1) Five highly diverse generations working in organizations side-by-side with vastly different values, beliefs, and technology skill sets; 2) Growing international business with needs for cross cultural communication and business etiquette; 3) A new e-economy bringing with it a vastly different way of doing business; 4) Integrating innovation into the culture will be key to developing competitive advantage; and 5) Building a sustainable and green workplace will be essential to attracting the future workforce. Many of these trends can already be seen, and others are newly emerging…. But all will have a dramatic impact on the manager of the future. Learn what these new trends will mean for your company, and what you can do now to prepare for them.
Who Should Attend:
Good for all levels of managers and supervisors.
1. Understand and better manage the differences among the employee generations working today
2. Evaluate the level of innovation in your workplace and use new tools to increase it.
3. Understand what “sustainability” practices will be important in the near future and how you can be prepared for it.
Overall Rating: 4.5/5
"Kathryne was very good at keeping a great pace while making the class interactive. I have a lot to think about now." (VP)
"Eye opening stats regarding workforce going forward." (Corporate Sales Manager)
"Very informative and interesting. Studying the generational gap is already interesting, but feedback from multiple generations made it fun." (Shipping Manager)
"It helped me along with what I have to do with structuring my work place." (Branch Manager)
"We are going through this change in our workplace using strategic planning. Having this extra knowledge will help our understanding of culture changes." (Operations Manager)
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