Workshop on Managing Millennial

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Event Details

Workshop on Managing Millennial - Jan 17, 2019

Introduction :

Millennials are people born between 1980 and 2000. They share a generational personality that is highly misunderstood by preceding generations who often misinterpret their motivation as impatience and their enthusiasm as narcissism. Millennials will make up roughly 50% of the Indian workforce in 2020 and 75% of the global workforce by 2030. To manage Millennials in a way that will add value to a company, employers need to understand their generational footprint. Learn how to make the most of your multigenerational workforce and deepen your understanding of this particular generation and their unique potential. 


Methodology :

Case Studies, Discussions, Role plays, Activities, Toolkit, Videos, Interactive Sessions, Presentations, Simulation Exercises.

Course objective :
This program will help participants to: 

•  The influences of each generation and common generational motivations 

•  The cause of conflict and the preferred learning environment of each group 

•  The needed change from the leadership of the past to the leadership of the future 

•  Apply Best Practices for Working with Millennial Preferences to Increase Motivation, Performance, and Retention 


Course Outline :
The Differences: Five Generations At Work

O Four Approaches to Five Generations

O Generational Cohorts

O Myth and Reality: Millennials, GenX, Boomers & Traditionalists

O Who is at Work?

O Millennial Manifesto

O Mini Action Plan


Managing Millennials

O Points of Tension: Managers & Millennials

O Manager’s Perception, Millennial Values, & Core Competencies

O Competencies Managers Need to Succeed

O Incenting the Entitled: Rewarding the Right Things

O Communicate Desired Outcomes and Expectations

O Millennial Feedback Model


Motivating Millennials

O Engaging the Self-Absorbed

O Adapt Management & Communication Styles

O Motivating the Indifferent

O Hierarchy of Capabilities That Contribute to Success

O Motivate with Meaningful Challenge

O Mini Action Plan

Faculty : Smita Dinesh

With more than 17 years’ experience in team and resource management, Smita runs Able Ventures, a HR consultancy firm focused on trainings and assessments. She is passionate about providing solutions that improve performance at work. She has undertaken & completed several projects that have helped organizations influence employee behavior in order to enhance performance. She is a competent trainer having impacted close to 14000 people through her trainings. She has trained people across levels.

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Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 4000 + 18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 4500 + 18% GST
 

Bank Details for NEFT

Account No.

02422418061924

IFSC CODE

DCBL0000024

Bank Name

DCB Bank

Branch Address

Mahim (024), Mumbai

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