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Managing Generations - Module 1: Mentoring for Excellence in Leadership

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Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5P4

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Why is your multigenerational staff unhappy, unenthusiastic and unproductive?

Today’s workplaces features three, and soon to be four, generations, each with their own modes of communication and technology usage. Yet organizational leaders are failing to connect with two or three generations of employees without even realizing it, leading to stress, disengagement and extremely low levels of efficiency. This course will teach managers how to shift their approach for each worker generation in order to bridge the workplace communications gap. Using nine simple leadership skills, you'll learn techniques to break down barriers and reduce stress, leading to higher levels of productivity, engagement and project success.

Module #1 Mentoring for Excellence in Leadership:
Introduces you to how each generation learns, what they fear, their approach to work, their engagement triggers, if and why they need a mentor, and how to build culture with each generation. ($1150)

Module #2 Managing in a Generational Workforce:
Introduces you to triggers and symptoms of communication breakdown that destroy a team member’s sense of value, causing them to quit or to quit working; including how generations frame feedback, how they articulate anger, and typical responses by generations to not feeling valued. ($1150)

Top Take-Aways:

1. Generational EQ (emotional intelligence) to hone negotiation and consensus-building skills
2. Generational IQ to create a highperformance workplace and mitigate employee churn
3. Understand the triggers and symptoms that result in communication breakdown
4. Learn the cultural roadblocks that are impacting trust and productivity
5. Leverage the concept of anchoring moments to impact the different generations
6. Use motivational triggers to increase engagement for each generation
7. Perfect your verbal and written communication skills by using generational sentence patterning

*This course entails a half-day, in-person session with Dr. Mary Donohue, with the remaining hours to be done online. Once completed the courses, you will receive a certification from York University.

*Course Developed by: Donohue Learning, Schulich School of Business & York University

* POTENTIAL FUNDING: Some may be eligible for the Canada-Ontario Job Grant to help with payment.
http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/eopg/programs/cojg.html There are no guarantees that the applications will be approved as each one would be assessed independently. I would encourage you to review criteria in the guidelines with respect to the eligible types of training and training outcomes as it relates to the employee.
Should an employer need clarification or want to discuss the program with someone prior to submitting an application they may contact one of our service providers, Sault Community Career Centre or Employment Solutions.



**If you would prefer to be invoicved, please contact Angela Bruni @ a.bruni@ssmedc.ca

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Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5P4

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