Discovering the motivational needs of Millenials and Gen Z

Replace negative stereotypes with positive perceptions about working with Millennial and Gen Z employees

More than 1 in 3 employees in today’s workforce is a Millennial, while Gen Z is just entering the marketplace. Just like Boomers and Gen Xers, Millennials and Gen Z share a common set of beliefs and characteristics – brought about by certain cultural influences – that drive their behavior. As a manager, it’s important to understand this mindset in order to help Millennial and Gen Z employees maximize job performance and work productivity. This program explores their expectations, preferences and motivations in various capacities of the working environment and then shares the ways that managers can adapt their behavior to this growing segment of the workforce in order to leverage their unique skill set.

This program is primarily for managers who supervise Millennial and Gen Z employees but is also appropriate for anyone who works with Millennials and Gen Z age employees.

As a learning outcome, you will: Better understand the influences that shaped Millennial and Gen Zs’ workplace habits and preferences, identify elements of a company culture that are appealing to Millennials and Gen Z, maximize the effectiveness of your daily interactions with Millennial and Gen Z employees through engagement and communication strategies and identify ways to reduce tension with Millennials and Gen Z as both a manager and an employee.

Accreditations: HRDQ model
In Business Since: 2016
Location: Europe
Type of Service:
Accounting
Business
Career
Confidence
Cross Cultural
Energy Work
Executive
Fitness
Finance
Health
Inspiration
Introspection
Intuitive Healing
Leadership
Life
Motivation
Nutrition
Relationship
Sales
Spiritual
Strategy
Team Facilitation
Technology
Transformational
Wellness
Language:
Chinese (Mandarin)
Dutch
English
French
German
Japanese
Spanish
Portuguese
Keywords (optional for better exposure): Generation Z, Millenials, Learning Styles