3 Ways to Make Age Diversity Your Competitive Advantage in Business
Managing different generations and age groups is a challenge! However, research proves that age diversity is an opportunity, and organizations that include every age group are more innovative, productive, and have higher retention rates.
This message is for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and managers. The audience leaves with a clear understanding of the benefits of an age-inclusive workforce, as well as powerful solutions for building an age-inclusive culture. They leave prepared to make age diversity a competitive advantage!
5 Reasons Age Diversity in the Workplace Absolutely Matters for your Organization
Are you harnessing the power of age or generational diversity? Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion have never been more important for every organization, but age diversity is often overlooked.
Age-diverse organizations are more successful! It all begins with increasing your understanding of each generation and the benefits of generational inclusion.
This message is for business leaders, entrepreneurs, managers, and human resource professionals. The audience leaves understanding the 5 most important reasons to include age in their DEI initiatives. They also leave with a better understanding of each generation and the strengths they each contribute.
5 Reasons Generational Inclusion Makes Your Organization Prepared for the Future of Work
Ageism or age discrimination affects both older and younger generations. It also prevents many organizations from being fully prepared for the future! These organizations miss out on the benefits of “elder wisdom” as well as the power of the younger generation’s fresh perspectives.
This message is for business leaders, entrepreneurs, managers, and human resources. The audience leaves with a clear understanding of the 5 reasons that Generational Inclusion is the best way to prepare for the future! We also cover workplace trends that have a “generational” slant. For example, how will Gen Z change communication preferences?
Proven Ways to Communicate and Motivate People from Every Generation
For the first time, there are 5 generations working together and doing business together, and each generation has different preferences and expectations. This fact makes it challenging to have clear and inclusive communication with co-workers and customers. It is also challenging for managers and business owners to motivate each age group at the same time.
This message is for anyone that is in a leadership role and includes ways to provide inclusive communication for every age group in the areas of conflict resolution, feedback, and motivation.
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