The modern day workforce is comprised of multi-generations of talent. In theory, such generational diversity should provide organisations with a range of talent to draw from to address the challenges it may face. However, the reality of managing multi-generational workforces can also be a challenge. As such, those who lead and manage multi-generation workforces and multi-generational teams need to recognise, understand and appreciate the nuances of each generation to effectively engage and deploy their talents.
One-day workshop with post workshop coaching call to feedback on MVPI self-assessment and relevance and application in developing your understanding of multi-generations and teams in a workplace context. This workshop is capped at 12 people.
• Explore the diversity in your organisation or team
• Discuss what shapes personal values and behaviours at work
• Identify the expectations, preferences and nuances of each generation
• Dispelling the myths; fact or fiction
• Interpreting your MVPI self-assessment
• Mapping your preferences to different generations
Building an Inclusive Environment
• Managing diverse generational teams
• Leveraging the inherent talent
• Engagement and motivation
All of Regiment First Aid Trainers are fully qualified
All of our courses are Ofqual regulated Level 2 and Level 3 First Aid qualifications
We are knowledgeable in our field, having worked in high risk environments throughout the world
Certificate of completion for continual professional development purposes.
Numbers and Target Audience:
Leaders, managers, HR professionals who manage a multi-generational workforce or team and those interested in developing their ‘generational IQ’ to gain valuable insights into what some believe is the next ‘Emotional IQ’ for business professionals. The course is capped at 12 participants.
Participants required to complete the Hogan Motivation and Values Preferences Inventory (MVPI) on-line prior to attending the workshop.
For open enrolment, workshops are delivered at an external venue to be advised at time of booking. For corporate bookings, workshops can be delivered at the company premises or an external venue.