IAWP Live Training Program to Explore Impact of Generations in the Workplace
Never in the history of the United States have there been four generations in the workplace at the same time. It is imperative that we understand how to create a work environment that enables all four generations to be successful while still getting the work done! This interactive presentation is an introduction to the four generations currently co-existing in the workforce Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y. We will examine the characteristics, influences and stereotypes of each generation and what makes each generation tick. We will look at current workforce data on the generational diversity in the workforce. In addition, this workshop will provide examples of ways to best communicate with the different generations and provide you with ideas on how to best interact.
Joining the Learning and Development Team in 2004, Grant Axtell is Learning Specialist at the Oregon Employment Department, a state agency of over 1200 employees. He and his colleagues develop, design, and deliver agency learning including leadership, career, and professional development opportunities to both staff and managers. Grant holds degrees in public policy and administration and speech communication from Western Oregon University. His areas of expertise include customer service, leadership development, generational diversity, and facilitation. Grant is an active member of two professional organizations: Association for Talent Development (ATD) and International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP). He has served as President, Director of Conference, and Director of Marketing on the board of the ATD-Cascadia Chapter serving Oregon and SW Washington. He currently is serving once again as President. Grant currently serves on the International board of IAWP as Vice President and the Chapter as President.
When: Thursday March 2, 2017
Time – The 90 minute webinar will begin at:
- 10:00 AM Pacific
- 11:00 AM Mountain
- 12:00 PM Central
- 1:00 PM Eastern
Cost – Free to IAWP members.
If you’re not a member and would like to attend the webinar and receive the other benefits of membership, please click here to join.
Where do I register? Here