Leading in a multi-generational organisation: busting the myths
In this plenary session, we uncovered the myths around multi-generational leadership to give you a personal and organisational checklist to benchmark your multi-generational readiness in the workplace.
We looked at a number of key questions. How do leaders maximise the potential of the current generational cohorts in the workplace? How do they navigate the cultural contortions of a multi-generational workforce to ensure the organisation operates effectively, fully engaging the strengths of every generation?
The recruitment, retention and motivation of a multi-generational workforce requires an inclusive culture coupled to fit-for-purpose working practices, to create a great place to work for all generations, not just those most recently joining the world of work. This session explored the evidence, and busted some of the myths surrounding the differences in the generations at work, and identified what they really need, to perform at their best.
Paul was joined by our Blake Morgan hosts, many of whom work with, or hold their own, Non-Executive Director posts.
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Managing Director of Metis Corporate Education
Former Director of Enterprise at Southampton Business School, Managing Director of Metis Corporate Education, and strategic advisor to a number of Boards in the public, private and third sector.
Thursday 4 February 2021
1pm – 2.30pm