Leverage the Power of the Generations
The modern workplace is one of vast generational diversity. But you already know that. By this point, you’ve seen how millennials communicate, you’ve seen how a boomer likes to work. However, it’s likely you’ve been a bit concerned too. Is this generational diversity a problem?
Regardless of age, everyone in the workplace has something to learn and something to teach. So, yes, that means that a newly minted millennial employee can easily help a veteran baby boomer and vice versa.
The Good News
Think of it this way: it’s an opportunity, not a problem.
This program demonstrates how these generations can be brought together seamlessly for better coexistence and collaboration. With a wide variety of generations successfully working together, innovation and unbridled creativity are bound to follow.
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Generate discussions and open-mindedness that leads to innovative solutions between all age groups
Create common bonds among generations by looking at our differences as assets that can create real change
Learn the common pitfalls of generational interaction at the workplace
Learn how the strengths and weaknesses of each generation can complement each other
Learn how to build a team that is generationally diverse and primed for innovative work
How long is the program?
You have access to the 14 microlearnings and a toolkit for this program for 6 months.
How will I change my mindset with this program?
You will be introduced to a series of video microlearnings as a spaced learning model – the recommendation is to view one microlearning a week – and over this period of time, you will have a new view of the generations.
How is this learning program different from other online programs?
The microlearnings in this program are designed on the basis of a coaching philosophy. We not to tell people how to act and, instead, ask them what they think and urge them to use the lesson in their everyday work and life.
How are these microlearning videos different from other videos?
Our microlearnings are bite-sized videos that use powerful filmmaking and storytelling methods to create a program that maximizes emotional impact and information retention. Instead of a program that tells you how to act, our microlearnings uses stories to illustrate a point and connect that point to the audience’s own experiences.
What do I get with the program?
You have access to a series of 14 microlearnings and a toolkit.
I am a leader – how will this program help me?
This program will give you the skills to connect with your team and understand that everyone has something to learn and teach.