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June 2017

The 5G (generation) Workforce

June 6 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Little Rock, AR, United States + Google Map

Today’s workforce is a very different workforce than in the past. There is a strong belief that the younger generations, Gen X and Millennials (Gen Y) are different from the generations that preceded them – the Baby Boomers and the Silents. You probably notice subtle differences every day – differences in communication styles, work ethic, career outlook, expectations of bosses, or what keeps people engaged in their work. And while this generational mix has potential for conflict, misunderstanding and even…

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Learning Agility

June 8 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
New York, NY, Private + Google Map

Learning Agility: The New Business Normal Jobs are getting bigger and more complex. The need to acquire new skills is never ending; particularly skills for a current and future reality where markets, competition, technology, legislation and business strategies evolve organically and disruptively. Not enough time on the job to build the complex skills related to strategy and being effective working with and through others. Leaders, in particular are facing new situations, assignments, or challenges that could stump them if they…

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The 5G (generation) Workforce

June 13 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Little Rock, AR, United States + Google Map

Today’s workforce is a very different workforce than in the past. There is a strong belief that the younger generations, Gen X and Millennials (Gen Y) are different from the generations that preceded them – the Baby Boomers and the Silents. You probably notice subtle differences every day – differences in communication styles, work ethic, career outlook, expectations of bosses, or what keeps people engaged in their work. And while this generational mix has potential for conflict, misunderstanding and even…

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Knowledge Sharing: How to Create a Culture of Teaching and Learning

June 14 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Webinar,

At the heart of knowledge sharing is a culture of teaching and learning. Organizations have long recognized that the knowledge and experience of employees constitutes a valuable intangible asset. There are many work situations that call for teaching and learning – sharing best practices and tips; informal mentoring, getting new hires up the learning curve are all examples. Savvy leaders know that when they create a learning climate in their organizations, everyone feels welcome to share their expertise and their…

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Knowledge Sharing: How to Create a Culture of Teaching and Learning

June 20 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Webinar,

At the heart of knowledge sharing is a culture of teaching and learning. Organizations have long recognized that the knowledge and experience of employees constitutes a valuable intangible asset. There are many work situations that call for teaching and learning – sharing best practices and tips; informal mentoring, getting new hires up the learning curve are all examples. Savvy leaders know that when they create a learning climate in their organizations, everyone feels welcome to share their expertise and their…

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The 5G (generation) Workforce

June 28 @ 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm
New York, NY, Private + Google Map

You’re moving quickly but are you moving fast enough? If you’re keeping up you know that there are four, soon to be five generations of employees in the workforce: Silents (1933-1945) Baby Boomers (1946-1964) Gen X (1965-1979) Millennials (1980-1999) and iGen (2000->). Five generations of employees and one workforce. Today’s workforce is a very different workforce than in the past. There is a strong belief that the younger generations, Gen X and Millennials (Gen Y) are different from the generations…

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July 2017

Learning Agility

July 26 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Atlanta, GA, Private + Google Map

Learning Agility: Knowing what to do when you don’t know what to do The New Business Normal • Jobs are getting bigger and more complex. • The need to acquire new skills is never ending; particularly skills for a current and future reality where markets, competition, technology, legislation and business strategies evolve organically and disruptively. • Not enough time on the job to build the complex skills related to strategy and being effective working with and through others. • Leaders,…

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