Attracting, Developing and Retaining Generations
How can you create a work force that blends the skills and knowledge of all four contemporary generations? Members of the silent generation, baby boomers, Generation X, and Generation Next are attracted to companies for different reasons. They have a variety of developmental needs and are loyal for a variety of reasons.
Managers, HR professionals, team leaders, department leads, and company educators
The Generational Mix
- Recognize benefits of developing a basic knowledge of today's four worker generations.
- Identify character attributes and attitudes that today's four generations bring to the workplace.
- Identify silent generation and baby boomer work habits and contributions.
- Identify working habits and contributions of Generation X and Generation Next.
Attracting the Generations
- Recognize benefits of considering generational preferences in employee recruiting efforts.
- Identify techniques to attract members of the silent generation.
- Choose techniques to attract members of the baby boom generation.
- Identify techniques to attract members of Generation X and Generation Next.
Developing the Generations
- Recognize the value of tailoring a personal development approach for each of the four worker generations.
- Identify techniques to effectively develop members of the silent generation.
- Select methods to effectively develop self-driven baby boomers.
- Identify methods for effectively developing members of Generation X and Generation Next.
Retaining the Generations
- Recognize the value of techniques that help retain employees from the four worker generations.
- Select strategies for effectively retaining valuable silent generation employees.
- Differentiate among strategies for retaining valuable baby boomer employees.
- Identify the combination of strategies needed to effectively retain members of Generation X and Generation Next.
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