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Diversity Across Generations: Supporting Workplace Inclusion

With five different generations all serving in today’s distributed workforce, you need to know how to collaborate with colleagues of all ages to be successful. In this course, instructor Linda Croyle—a consultant in transformative communication, diversity, and inclusion with a master’s degree in human development and psychology from Harvard University—teaches you how to recognize generational characteristics to promote generational inclusion in the workplace. Learn what comprises a generation, how each differs, and how intergenerational collaboration can create successful outcomes. Get tips on identifying the work styles and qualities offered by each unique group. Linda shares common misunderstandings between generations along with ways to prevent exclusion, as you discover the dynamics of older and younger employees, and how to foster employee collaboration despite bias, discrimination, and so forth. Upon completing this course, you’ll be prepared to recognize the role each generation plays in the workplace.

This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.

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