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  1. Understanding Four Generations in the Workplace Presented by: Patricia Pippert P2 Enterprises

  2. PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY Patricia Pippert, a consultant, trainer, and presenter, works both domestically and internationally. Her career includes working for American International Group (AIG), where she started up a training department. Ms. Pippert is a skilled learning and development expert and executive coach, with extensive experience in assessing needs and implementing solutions for senior management.  She is a member of the American Management Association and has an MA in Organizational Management. With a background as a stage and screen actress in New York, she brings a vitality and dynamic energy to her training and is a sought-after keynote speaker at financial, manufacturing, and technology conferences. 2

  3. “These young people are not living in our times; we are living in theirs.” www.Managing-Generation-Y.com

  4. Traditionalists / Silent /Veterans: 1900 - 1945

  5. BabyBoomers: 1946 – 1964

  6. Generation X: 1965 - 1980

  7. Generation Y / Millennials /Echo Boomers : 1981 - 1999

  8. “We were all young once – but the truth is we were not all young under the same circumstances.” Garrison Wynn, Wynn Solutions

  9. Why is knowledge of the various generations important to us?

  10. Why is knowledge of the various generations important to us? Baby Boomers are retiring (50% within next 3 years) “Those who have shaped and guided our path are preparing to retire” in record numbers By 2014, 31 million Gen Y’s will be in the workplace (outnumbering X’s) Largest # college graduates entering workforce, 2013-14 Reputation of business as “questionable”; scandals that have led public to question the integrity of the industry Helps us to recruit and retain Gen Y’s to remain competitive Deloitte & Touche USA, Generational Talent Management for Insurers, 2008

  11. What are Our Similar Values? To be: • Respected • Recognized • Remembered To be: • Coached • Consulted • Connected W. Stanton Smith, Decoding Generational Differences, 2008

  12. What are Gen Y’s Additional Values? W. Stanton Smith, Decoding Generational Differences, 2008 Flexibility Balance Respect Accessibility

  13. How do the Dissimilarities Manifest At Work?

  14. How the Dissimilarities Manifest At Work Relationship with organization Relationship with authority Relationship with information/feedback Work styles / work ethic Learning styles / technology

  15. Relationship with Organization

  16. Relationship with Authority

  17. Relationship with Information

  18. Work Styles / Work Ethic

  19. Learning Preferences / Technology

  20. What Has Shaped Generation Y?

  21. What Has Shaped Generation Y?

  22. What can we do to appeal to them?

  23. What can we do to appeal to them?

  24. “These kids are learning how to do things faster, smarter and better. They have the potential to be the most productive work force in history.” Dr. Carolyn Martin “Managing the Generation Mix” (HRD Press)

  25. Understanding Four Generations in the Workplace YOUR QUESTIONS? If you do not have the opportunity to have your question addressed during the Seminar, you may contact the presenter directly: Patricia Pippert P2 Enterprises Peesquared@aol.com www.P2Enterprises.com (773) 404-8960 25