Training Trends Across Generations
When it comes to providing training, companies are paying more and more attention to the trends set by its employees. From catering to an employee’s age to taking the latest technology into consideration, all of these play a key factor in tailoring the professional development of each employee.
Millennials, born between 1982 to 2004 were the first generation to grow up during the internet age. The use of technology with every generation and the rapid advances in technology both drive the utilization of it to enhance one’s learning experience. Thus, companies are embracing the training needs of its employees and increasing the use of technology to enhance employee development programs.
Generational age gaps have become the influencers of change within an employee’s learning experience. According to an article published by Society for Human Resource Management entitled “Are Training Trends Driven by Youth or Technology?”, changes in career and life goals are other generational differences that play a part in driving new trends in training and development programs. Maintaining an appropriate balance between life at work and home is a trend among both Baby Boomers and Millennials.
Mobilizing and providing a more accessible format for your company’s training can be challenging. Transitioning your training to cater to the multiple generations within your workplace can also be a difficult process.
Mastery offers several courses to assist in making your workplace an enjoyable one for all generations.
Mastery’s “Awesome: A New Generation at Work, Engaging Generation Y” helps employees understand and gain clarity concerning today’s Millennial, their need for change, diversity and individualism within the workplace.
Additional courses such as, Mastery’s Dialogue: Now You’re Talking! Dialogue Among Generations helps employees explore each generation and provides six principles that help create and engage employees in constructive dialogue to build relationships, unity and improve productivity within the workplace.
For a complete list of courses provided by Mastery, visit www.mastery.com
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