Our newest releases include courses that introduce you to the 21st Century workforce, and prepare you to work with the diverse generations found in this workforce. All of these courses are available in our Knowledge Libraries. To learn more about these courses and LearnSmart Knowledge Libraries, contact your LearnSmart Sales Representative today at 1-800-418-6789.
Workforce Generations Series
In the workplace, there is a generational mix where each age group has specific attributes and attitudes. As a manager, it is your responsibility to bridge generational gaps and aid multi-generational teams or departments function cohesively. Explore each generation’s individuality and how to appropriately interact with them to unite the team. When you understand the basic distinctions of the workforce generations comprising your employed staff, you can begin reaping the benefits by putting that knowledge to good use. Each of these topics is covered over five courses:
1: Workforce Generations
At no other time in U.S. history has the workforce been as generationally diverse as it is currently, comprising four distinct age demographics across numerous ethnic and racial lines — the Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Next. Workforce Generations will teach you about generational behavior in the workplace and how you can leverage the talents and skills of all four generational workforces to boost the motivation, morale, and job performance of everyone in your organization. Additionally, this course is the first course in the Workforce Generations series dedicated to understanding each generation represented in the workplace.
2: Leading Silents and Baby Boomers
For today’s managers, it is essential to understand the unique needs and work habits of the companies’ elder statesmen – the Silent Generation and baby boomers. In this course, you will look at the characteristics of, historical impacts on, and learning styles of both the Silent Generation and baby boomers. You will learn how best to interact with these generations as a means of developing business relationships, the importance of integrating older generations with other employees, and what the future may hold for these knowledgeable and vital contributors to America’s workforce. You will focus on the generational mix between the Silent Generation and the Baby Boomer Generation, as well as the attributes and attitudes that each generation brings into the workplace. This is the second course of the Workforce Generation series, which contains courses dedicated to understanding each generation’s different behaviors, attitudes, and priorities.
3: Leading Generations X and Next
Now that virtually every business has “gone digital,” we are even more reliant upon those who grew up with the technology, and can use it to do more – better and faster than we ever thought imaginable. In this course, you will see how best to work with Generations X and Next, to establish a workplace environment that is conducive to bringing out the best that they have to offer. In many ways, you have access to tomorrow’s experts today, and that is an opportunity that should not go to waste. This is course 3 in the Workforce Generations series.
Keep your eye out for the last two titles in this series:
4: Cross-Generational Teams
Cross-generational teams, or those made up of members of different generations, have a unique set of benefits and challenges. Ultimately, as the manager, it is up to you to help ensure that team members…
5: Developing Generations
When you understand the basic distinctions of the workforce generations comprising your employed staff, you can begin reaping the benefits by putting that knowledge to good use. It only takes a little conscientious effort to bridge…