26th February 2016 from 09:30 until 12:45 at QA's Manchester training centre
For the first time organisations have up to five generations of employees with distinctly different values, attitudes and needs working together. Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generations X, Y and Z.
All have particular experiences that influence their expectations, preferences and working styles. This has caused tensions, resentment, and a decrease in productivity. The result of this is that the multi-generation workforce is seen as a problem, not an opportunity. There are opportunities for organisations who can harness the strengths and differences of these groups, and risks for those who ignore the new dynamic.
During this seminar we will share insights into what drives and motivates the different generations. We will examine the challenges and the opportunities for managing, leading and retaining this multi-generational workforce, including dispelling some of the myths around the subject.
QA's guest speakers Nigel Paine and Ben Salder will talk about organisational challenges in this area, and what they are doing in an effort to harness these differences.
You will also have an opportunity to network with attendees from other organisations facing similar challenges to your own.