Generational Differences & Change: It Isn't About Values
By Robert (Bob) Hartl
Academia has studied the etiology of behavioral differences among generational cohorts for many years. Recently, the focus has been on so-called "generational differences." Initially, some researchers assumed these differences could be attributed to different value sets, but recent research has proven that assumption to be faulty. This presentation will "set the record straight" about the generations and will provide participants ideas for how to manage change initiatives across the generational groupings.
Upon completion of the presentation, participants will:
Understand why generational groups behave differently in the workplace.
Be able to predict how generational cohorts likely will react to rapid change.
Be able to apply lessons to change initiatives in their own organizations.
Sponsored by your ATD Chapter and presented by Bob Hartl
This relevant program is sponsored by ATD and offered by Bob Hartl an Associate Professor of Management at the College of St. Scholastica and the 2011 recipient of the Max H. Lavine Award for Teaching Excellence. His expertise includes organization development (OD), process consultation, strategic planning, organizational behavior, and human resource management. Bob is senior partner in Hartl Pearson Consulting, LLC and especially enjoys helping people understand and use the principles of planned change.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 21, 2015
WHERE: ALLETE/Minnesota Power, 30 West Superior Street, Duluth
TIME: Program and Lunch 11:30 am -1:00 pm
COST: $15.00 for Members $25.00 for Non-members