Many organizations today focus a good deal of their employee development on millennials, but does this strategy truly benefit the organization as a whole?
In today’s multigenerational workforce, it's important to address the needs of all generations. It can be challenging to position modern workforce for future success when organizations may not know which factors they should acknowledge in order to better engage learners. When informed, organizations can craft their development strategy, utilize their learning platform to their full potential, and unite generations through diversity and inclusion.
In this webcast we’ll:
Determine why engagement is so important with respect to learning and development
Debunk millennial myths and discuss the reality of modern learners
Explore how to leverage current capabilities for universal talent strategies
Much of the millennial generation says they can’t describe their jobs and professional roles to their parents and grandparents because their older family members just don’t get it.
Millennials have a higher degree of digital literacy than their parents and grandparents, which means they’ve been trained and have the ability to use digital devices at work to fill needs of quick communication, efficient collaboration and stellar performance.
Historically, increasing the representation of women in leadership roles has been approached as a fairness issue rather than a business issue. But recent research suggests that increasing your organization’s female leadership can be a highly profitable decision as well.