Course: Leading Early Talent, Building a Next Generation Team

Leading Early Talent, Building a Next Generation Team

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About this Course

It’s no question that the contemporary workplace is the most diverse it’s ever been regarding generations. Sometimes, it feels like everyone’s speaking a different language. The boomers want this, Gen X wants that, and early talent is doing something completely different.

What a mess! But it doesn’t have to be.

Learn that the generational gap is all about developing a team dynamic built on belonging: everyone wants a secure relationship and everyone wants ownership in something. And getting there might be easier than you think. Learn how to engage early talent and better understand the dynamics of the workplace and the desires of the new generations. Join Global Workforce Innovator Laura Goodrich and CEO, Author, and Researcher Sarah Sladek as they present real, tangible strategies to building better teams in the workplace.

Basic knowledge

The perfect thing about this course is that no prior experience or knowledge is required. The only thing you will need is willing to learn.

What you will learn
  • Learn about generational difference, needs and expectations.
  • Learn how to engage early talent…what do they want?
  • Learn what the three elements early talent from a team.
  • Establish a process for embracing change.
  • Learn what to do in the first 90 days to help employees feel like they belong.
Lectures quantity: 13
Common duration: 00:19:01
Leading Early Talent, Building a Next Generation Team
  • Microlearning 1: Time Changes Everything  

    Time changes everything. Is your team also changing or is it stuck in the past? How do you know if change is necessary for your team to survive. Laura Goodrich and Sarah Sladek introduce you to the idea that change is a constant.

  • Microlearning 2: The Interview  

    With four generation in the workplace, we are not all the same. Sometimes we talk a different language. This microlearning demonstrates the divide between the generations and we need to move together to solve this challenge. 

  • Microlearning 3: Composition of the Workforce  

    Every hour in the United States alone, 330 Baby Boomers reach retirement age. Who will fill the void. There is a talent crisis.

  • Microlearning 4: Employee Attributes  

    Employee profile- View the values of each generation and then with the toolkit make a list of the attributes you are looking for in a team member

  • Microlearning 5: What’s New  

    Everything around us of changing, so how do

    we move to embrace this change?

  • Microlearning 6: White out  

    Sometimes you have to have pain to force the action to change. 

  • Microlearning 7: Age vs Generation  

    To create a cohesive team, leaders have to change too.

  • Microlearning 8: How to Engage the Younger Generation  

    The younger generation has to feel like they belong to the team to create a collaborative team. Once they feel like they belong, trust can be built

  • Microlearning 9: Belonging  

    The three elements early talent want from a team? The opportunity to learn, lead and make a difference. The generations are really not that far apart.

  • Microlearning 10: Employee Benefits  

    You fill out the toolkit exercise on employee benefits based on the Generation X and Y, Millennial’s core values of learning, leading and making a difference

  • Microlearning 11: Next Generation Organization  

    Engaging the early talent, make the effort to use technology, recognize them for their strengths and have fun.

  • Microlearning 12: On-Boarding  

    You fill out the toolkit exercise to determine what is your organization going to do during the first 90 days of employment to help employees feel like they belong?

  • Microlearning 13: Close  

    Navigate to the other programs in the Leading Early Talent series

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