Lately, everyone is talkin ‘bout your generation as the song goes. With an age gap of nearly 50 years between the oldest and youngest employees in some organisations, there is a broad range of perspectives, needs and attitudes floating around the office. Today’s workplace is most definitely a multi-generational one – and each generation has its own set of expectations, needs, values and working styles.
While generational diversity in the workforce promotes a broader range of talent, it can often mean conflicting ideas and stereotyping – the Baby Boomers think Generation X needs a stronger work ethic, Gen X sees the Boomers as self-absorbed workaholics workaholics – and Generation Y is often labelled as selfish and self-entitled.
We know these statements are generalised and this is not true for most of us, but still the perceptions of each generations is well documented in the media and a part of conversations in the workplace around the water cooler and between peers.
Recognising and understanding generational differences can help everyone learn to work together more effectively and transform your workplace from a generation war zone to an age-diverse and productive team.
This seminar will assist you to manage up and down the generations and is suitable for all water professionals who desire to work in a productive and harmonious workplace.
HR professional Ms Alison Surjan, Director, Consulting Services, Morton Philips Recruitment will present on her experience as a young director working alongside a senior partner and observations of her clients workplace. Following this will be an industry panel.made up of the different generations giving their thoughts, tips and answers to audience questions.
Date - April 5th 9.00-am-11.30am
Venue - Parsons Brinckerhoff, Level 1, 1 King William Street
Cost - Members $25.00 Non Members $35.00
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