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Do you have three or more generations working in your office? Does your management team struggle to create a fully functional team of employees from different generations? Is there friction between managers and employees on when and where work should be performed? Do you want to better understand your Generation Y employees and know how to motivate them to be better employees? If so, this workshop is for you.

For the first time in history, five generations are working side by side, each with different leadership, communication, and career development styles. It's more important than ever for HR leaders, to understand, how to recruit, manage and retain employees of all ages. There are a variety of benefits of having a diverse and multi-generational workforce. However, sometimes, it comes with its challenges.

  • Learn about the modern-day landscape of companies today
  • Explore challenges HR faces with managing multi-generational workforces
  • Learn about the 5 different generations that make up our workforce and key differentiators
  • Learn about common myths
  • Receive Tips and Strategies on how to overcome workplace obstacles
  • Learn about 7 values that matter most to workers of every age
  • Tips on how to motivate a multi-generational workforce

  • At the end of this session you should be able to:
  • Articulate the differences between each generation
  • Develop a plan to bridge the gap between generations
  • Develop a plan to motivate your diverse workforce

You should attend this training if you manage diverse, multi-generational teams, and want to learn more about the 5 generations that make up our modern-day workforce, common challenges HRs face, and common myths for each generation.

  • Human Resources, Managers, HR Consultants,
  • Multi-generational workforce
  • Millennials
  • Generation X
  • Diversity in the workplace
  • Poor Communication
  • Low Productivity
  • Cliques in the workplace
  • Baby Boomers
  • The Silent Generation
  • Aging in the workplace
  • Inclusion
  • Generation Y
  • Generation Z
  • Learning and Development

Taryn Abrahams one of New Jersey's most sought-after corporate behavioral and human interaction experts on workplace sexual harassment and diversity. Using her experience as a psychotherapist, Taryn developed an innovative suite of training programs designed to help businesses manage employee relations.   

Taryn empowers corporate leaders, employees, managers, sales and human resource executives to change the culture within their organizations with Bystander intervention training. She emphasizes the power of understanding human behavior, social interaction and education to drive a social shift.   

With more than 20 years in behavioral psychology, Taryn brings a fresh perspective to the sexual harassment and diversity conversation. Her passion and energy to create safe, productive and collaborative workplaces have helped hundreds of employees, executives and other professional navigate interpersonal communication more effectively. 

 Today, Taryn is a member of the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners and lives in Cedar Grove, N.J., 

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