One Size Fits One - Training Multiple Generations
Guest Speaker: Karl Ahlrichs
Training multigenerational workforces is an art in itself. Young workers want to make a quick impact, the middle generation needs to believe in the mission, and older employees don't like ambivalence. At the same time, the normal progression of promotion and retirement has slowed or stalled. What should you, the trainer, do?
In these stressful times, generational and personal differences make it difficult to create a “high performing” culture, and good metrics and training methods are hard to find. In this fast paced and entertaining session, Karl Ahlrichs will give you insight on generational issues that may be causing problems. Karl is a nationally recognized expert on training issues in modern organizations, with a recent focus on applying advanced manufacturing theory to the core processes of management and Human Resources in banking.
This is not a normal presentation about generational differences. We will discuss:
Karl practices what he preaches, and has built high performing cultures in firms using a few key skills, which he is eager to share.
Association for Talent Development - Central Indiana Chapter (ATD-CIC)
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Fishers, Indiana 46038