Organizations today are struggling with engaging and retaining their best people in a multi-generational workplace. Managers are finding it challenging to appeal to every generation’s expectations at the same time. When these expectations are not met, the result is disengagement and high turnover. Both of which are costly. Learning why we are different prepares the ways for three key areas where we are alike!
Poor communication leads to low morale as well as a decline in productivity. Understanding why we have different views about communication helps us to truly connect. Shawn shares three proven steps that will improve communication in your workplace, create a common language and increase engagement.
Leadership is important at every level of the organization. Poor leadership leads to high turnover and low productivity. According to research from HRDIVE, 59% of those promoted to management have no leadership training preparing them for their new role. Creating a strong leadership development program equips your organization to attract, engage and retain the best leaders. There are five strategies for growing leadership in your organization which will increase engagement at every level.
Younger generations demand purpose and meaning in the workplace. Unlike older generations who expected to “pay their dues,” younger generations are impatient to be involved in work that is linked to a greater cause. When asked, older generations say they want the same thing! Taking steps to come together for a common purpose and vision motivates all generations. This talk includes real life examples of what “creating meaning and purpose” looks like.