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Building a Culture that Develops Future Leaders-Fa24

$330.00

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Date

10/10/2024

Recording Available Until

1/10/2025

Presenter

Kyle Hershberger, Tom Hershberger

Company

Cross Financial

Target Audience

emerging leaders, Senior managers and leaders, mid to upper-level managers

Program Time

2:00 pm-3:30 pm CT

Duration

90 minutes

Leadership development and succession planning place a high priority on any company’s ability to develop talent within their organization. We continue to hear stories from managers about the gap between Baby Boomers and Millennials. The Baby Boomers are managing based on performance practices that helped them achieve results. They apply those practices to the next generation of employees. After all, the Boomers produced success with those activities. The challenge is, Gen X and Millennials may not see the benefits of adopting practices the Boomers found helpful. So, how do we build a work environment that is attractive to younger employees and productive for seasoned managers? This presentation focuses attention on three important ingredients to bridge the Boomer-Millennial gap…communication, engagement and rewards. The best solutions for your organization might be the ones you haven’t tried yet. This session, presented by a Baby Boomer and a Millennial, will examine challenges created by generational differences in the workforce.

 Target Audience:  Senior managers and leaders, emerging leaders, mid to upper-level manag