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Generational Differences PowerPoint Content slides include: the advantages of generational diversity in the workplace, the impacts of generational differences, details on the 4 generations in our workplace today and more! Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Program Objectives : Program Objectives Show the advantages of generational diversity in the workplace. Identify the impacts of generational differences. Learn the characteristics of different generations and how to adapt to and leverage them. A Challenge : A Challenge Please Write a One Sentence Definition of “Generation.” Definition : Definition A body of individuals born in approximately the same time period who generally share similar behaviors and attitudes. Benefits of Understanding Generational Differences : Benefits of Understanding Generational Differences More effective communication/less misunderstandings. Increased recruitment and employee retention. More effective motivational methods. Better-formed expectations. Increased productivity and teamwork. The Case of Understanding : The Case of Understanding There are now four (4) generations in the workplace with different expectations, motivations, attitudes, and behaviors. An understanding of these generational differences can equip one to handle workplace situations with increased insight. The Four Generations : The Four Generations Traditionalists/Veterans (Born 1922-1945) Baby Boomers (Born 1946-1964) Generation X (Born 1965-1982) Millennials/Generation Y (Born 1983-1997) How the Generations Differ (1 of 3) : How the Generations Differ (1 of 3) Social, Political, and Economic Influences. Familial Structure and Influence. Education. Values. Work Ethic. How the Generations Differ (2 of 3) : How the Generations Differ (2 of 3) Preferred Leadership Approach. Communication Style. Motivational Buttons. How They Interact with Others. Preferred Approach to Feedback. View toward the Company. How the Generations Differ (3 of 3) : How the Generations Differ (3 of 3) Work Vs. Personal Life. Desired Rewards. Financial Behaviors. Relationship with Technology. Expectations. Millenials/Generation Y : Millenials/Generation Y Born 1983-1997 (1 of 23) Also Known As (1 of 2) : Also Known As (1 of 2) Echo Boomers. named for many being the children of Baby Boomers. Generation Me (not to be confused with Me Generation) named for being more confident but also more self-absorbed and demanding. (2 of 23) Also Known As (2 of 2) : Also Known As (2 of 2) iGeneration. named for the reasons of “Generation Me” in addition to acknowledging this generation’s tech savvy. Internet Generation. named for being the first generation to grow up with widespread use of the internet. (3 of 23) Influences: Social, Political & Economic (1 of 2) : Influences: Social, Political & Economic (1 of 2) Rap and Hip Hop Music. Oklahoma City Bombing. Lewinsky Scandal. Columbine and Other School Shootings. Dot Com Crash. (4 of 23) Influences: Social, Political & Economic (2 of 2) : Influences: Social, Political & Economic (2 of 2) Enron and Corporate Scandals. War in Iraq. Proliferation of Communications and Mobile Technology. 9/11. (5 of 23) Familial Structure & Influence (1 of 2) : Familial Structure & Influence (1 of 2) Millenials have grown up in non-traditional families with a record number of divorce rates. 1 in 4 lives in a single-parent household. For many Millenials, both mothers and fathers work and take part in child-rearing. 3 in 4 have working mothers. (6 of 23) Familial Structure & Influence (2 of 2) : Familial Structure & Influence (2 of 2) Millenials’ families are more child-centered, with parents involving themselves in their children’s activities and education. Millenials have a strong sense of their own self worth, are ambitious, and believe they can achieve anything. 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