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June 11 from 1:00-2:00 PM ET
Free on Zoom Webinar

*Please note, all registrants will be provided with a link and password to the recording and presentation slides following the session. The recording will be available for 60 days.

Working in an intergenerational environment is sometimes confronting, surprising and frustrating. It can also be stimulating, energizing and inspiring.

Knowing the source of generational differences and their consequences is the best way to create an inclusive workplace that promotes the development of all generations. This presentation will give an overview of the challenges and changes that need to be made to make generational collaboration work.

We'll explore various strategies to promote staff recruitment, motivation, cohesion and retention and create a better and more attractive work climate for all generations. Among them:

- How to define a generation and why are there differences?

- The characteristics and values of the Baby Boomers, X, Y and Z (Phygital) generations.

- The generations at work: vision, objectives, work organization, working methods, teamwork, relationship with authority & career development.

- The impact of the pandemic, technology and economic downturn on the expectations, priorities, goals and behaviours of Generations Y and Z.

- The do’s and don’ts in managing a multi-generational team.

We encourage you to consider registering multiple representatives from your ENGO both young and old(er) to facilitate intergenerational conversations.

Our Presenter:

Presented by:

Josée Garceau

Josée Garceau is a Quebec-based consultant who has delivered numerous talks on the intergenerational workplace. Josée occupied different positions during her 25-year career at the Université de Sherbrooke, most notably as the Director of student recruitment. Her contact with students and youth, complemented by her research on Generation Y and intergenerational relations, has allowed her to develop an expertise in this field. For the past decade, she has been sharing her insights on intergenerational relations mostly in the education sector but in the workplace as well.