Course ID: TMBGG

Talent Management: Bridging the Generation Gap

The ‘shift change’ is underway as the retiring baby boom generation makes way for Generation X. The shift change is the transfer of the retiring baby boomers to the next generation of leaders that will be taking the helm in the next few years. This time what got you here won’t get you there. The incoming shift will require a new set of skills and tools to continue the work of the prior shift. This time it is different. Generational issues in the workplace are one of the biggest challenges facing organizations today. This presentation covers the latest research and ideas to successfully lead 4 generations in the workplace. The latest research on the new skills needed in the modern workforce and how leadership has changed. This session will cover the 5C’s of modern talent management – Culture, Career Path, Competencies, Curriculum, Cloud Learning and how these can be used to create a magnetic organization that attracts and retains the best talent. This keynote can be presented in a 1-2 hour format.


Learning Objectives

  • Participants will be able to identify new approaches to engage the next generation of workers to connect and collaborate in a way that maximizes their discretionary effort.

Major Topics

  • The latest research and ideas to successfully lead 4 generations in the workplace * New skills needed in the modern workforce.
  • The 5C’s of modern talent management – Culture, Career Path, Competencies, Curriculum, Cloud Learning.
  • Talent retention.

Who Should Attend

Business Professionals.


Fields of Study

Communications & Marketing

Prerequisites

None.


Provider

Business Learning Institute Dulaney Center II

CPE Credits

1

Level

Overview

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