A generational workforce snapshot documents the generational make up of an organization’s current and future workforce and begins to answer how the generational shift in the workplace will affect an organization.
Interactive workshops explore the unique generational experiences and how they influence workplace policies, practices and behaviors in ways that are inclusive and respectful of all generations.
Generation specific courses provide a more in depth understanding of the individual generational dynamics and how they influence supervisor behavior and employee engagement.
Combining the benefits of affinity groups with mentoring, IGTTs recognize the “differences are the strengths.” In traditional affinity groups, the strength comes from the commonalties.
IGTTs apply a co-mentoring model to capitalize on the strengths that each generation brings to the organizational mission. This results in a more collaborative, innovative and constructive environment.
One on one or small group coaching for teams, supervisors and employees provides guidance on how they can best utilize the generational strengths or how they can turn misunderstandings or conflict to constructive benefit.
Conference or company meeting presentations by high- energy speakers who make a connection and secure participation with all types and sizes of audiences, leads to the discovery that the “differences are the strengths .”