Leadership and Retaining Talent: How the Generational Shifts Changing Leadership

With a significant increase in expectation of workplace flexibility, learning opportunities, and the need for ongoing feedback among younger employees, how does a leader practice leadership Are there new approaches This course will provide the information you need to lead and communicate with staff in a multi-generational work environment. (This program is avaiilable in 4 or 8 hour format.)

Learning Objectives
  • Be able to identify key traits of the generations, especially expectations of feedback, engagement, and style and frequency of communication
  • Understand key elements of diversity that can strengthen an organization’s effectiveness
  • Develop a cycle of leadership communication that helps individuals and teams succeed and meet expectations
  • Understand the role of online communication and networking in the workplace

Major Topics
  • Review of the generations and the influences that make the current workforce diverse, talented, and challenging to lead
  • Developing a personal approach to leadership communication that accommodates individual and generational differences in styles and expectations

Who Should Attend

Professionals who want to develop their leadership skills and be more effective in a multi-generational work environment

Fields of Study
Communications and Marketing



Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits


This course is available for your group as:


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