Dan Schawbel Shows Every Leader and Worker how to Foster a More Connected Workforce
The workplace has become increasingly diverse and complex, as employees have to manage generational differences between four groups: Gen Z, Gen Y (Millennials), Gen X, and Baby Boomers. Each generation was born in a different time period, has diverse workplace preferences, and needs to be managed in a different way. Generational perspectives formed based on the time period that each grew up in and they carry lasting beliefs as they progress in their careers. Today, it’s increasingly important to create a workplace culture that understands and supports generational differences.
As a millennial who has studied all generations extensively over the years, Dan Schawbel understands what motivates the different generations, how they can work together successfully, and the most effective management practices and strategies that work for some of the world’s best companies. When addressing employees which make up all generations, Dan helps audiences understand the underlying assumptions each generation brings to work: the histories, personalities, strengths, and challenges. Then, he explains how the multi-generational workforce can come together to unify the organization.
Key learning objectives
- The unique preferences of each generation at work.
- Proven Strategies, based on research, for working with each generation.
- Examples illustrating how to engage with each generation.
Format, deliverables, and execution
- Format: Each virtual experience will have a one-hour duration with a customized presentation, interactive polls, and Q & A session.
- Deliverables: The audience will receive the presentation recording and PowerPoint slides after the session is complete and for those who weren’t able to attend.
- Execution: The virtual session can be on the virtual conferencing platform of the client’s preference and hold as many seats as that platform allows.
“Dan just gets it. He understands the interplay between generations in the workforce and the challenges that some of these situations present. He offers real world solutions that the audience not only connects with and appreciates, but can also apply to their individual experience. There was a spark in the room during the conversation and the panel discussion was a huge hit, thanks in large part to Dan.”– Senior Programming Director, Bloomberg Live
“Dan definitely connected with our folks. His main speech was terrific – opened some eyes not just to how the generations exist in the workplace but also what we might do to address some of our challenges.”– EVP of Communications, CACI
For more information
If you’re interested in having Dan speak to your leadership and HR teams about bridging the generational gap email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.