Coaching Generations in the Workplace

Each of the four generations in today’s workforce defines “work” differently, requiring diverse coaching techniques. Each generation has a unique perspective of what job satisfaction, work ethic and professionalism mean to them. Anyone leading a multi-generational work team will need strategies for coaching, motivating and retaining this blended workforce. The Millennial generation’s work expectations also require future planning for any workforce that will become predominantly Millennial in the next ten years.

  • Understand the Job Satisfaction Expectations of Each Generation
  • Identify Commonalities Among the Generations
  • Appreciate the Unique Contributions of Each Generation in the Workplace
  • Realize the Perception of Each Generation by Each Other Generation
  • Talk so that Other Generations Understand
  • Motivate Each Generation
  • Develop Action Plans for the Millennial-dominated Workforce of the Future
  • Determine What Expectations of Each Generation Can Be Accommodated in the Corporate Culture
  • Assist New Supervisors in Managing Tenured Employees

This program may be delivered in an eight- or 16-hour format and is targeted for those with supervisory responsibility.

We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.

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Deborah Easton Deborah Easton

Kent State facilitator Deborah Easton has been a communications coach for 30 years, and provides audiences with practical and effective advice for communicating with colleagues, customers and direct reports. 

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"Deborah has a very captivating personality with strong delivery. Her content backs her up well."

Brittany Graham, Computer Engineer, American Greetings