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Generational Divide: Myth, Reality, or Should We Go Back to Work
 

Examine and discuss the opportunities and challenges that arise with multiple generations in the workplace and leave with tips for developing proactive strategies engaging all generations.


 
Future dates to be announced. Please email llee@fmcs.gov to be added to the notification list  
 
Dates: TBD
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: $275.00/Early bird 250.00
Discounts available for groups, contact Lynda Lee for more information
 
Course Information
Much has been said - and continues to be said about the 5 generational cohort groups sharing today’s workplace. Are their values, perspectives, and expectations about work hopelessly at odds? Or do we all share more in common than we know?  This course examines the forces of conflict in the workplace – describing from a stage, age, and cohort perspective.
 
Following this session, participants should be able to:  identify the 5 generational cohorts present in today’s workplace; recognize the influences that shape their ‘work view;’ and begin to develop proactive strategies for engaging the generations in the conversations that will lead to breaking down stereotypes and building bridges instead of walls.
 
A segment on issues specific to the unionized environment will be included to focus on how this may impact proposals, bargaining models/dynamics, and ratification challenges that can impair the parties ability to achieve successful bargaining efforts.
 
 
FMCS Institute for Conflict Management 202-606-3627 or 206-553-2773.





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