Generation Y workers — which will soon be the largest workforce demographic (if they aren‘t already) — require a continuous flow of positive feedback. Keep them engaged by offering them training, development, and constant feedback.
Born between 1980 and 2002, this highly computer-oriented group is characterized by hope about the future, social activism, family-centricity, and the desire for diversity. Before the recession of 2008–2009, the average tenure of Generation Y, or Millennial, workers at any given job was a mere 20 months — significantly shorter than their older cohorts.
This group of young people cannot be ignored, today‘s manager needs to understand the approach at working with them as they are quite different from the Generation X, ignoring this is at the peril of any organization who risk losing them to other firms who would maximize their potentials. Organizations need to reposition their corporate structure and culture to not necessarily suit these group but get them comfortable enough to give their best.
Aims and objectives
- What Generation Y expects from organizations and Managers.
- Learn how managers can effectively lead and manage generation Y.
- To discover how organizations can attract this generation and maximize their potentials to the firm‘s advantage.
Who Should Attend
- Team Leads
How to register?
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