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Topic: Appreciation

Engaging A Cross-Generational Workforce: Recognition

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Right now, the modern workforce includes more unique generations than ever before, each bringing their own distinct views and attitudes. It’s no surprise that conflict at work is at an all-time high. HR leaders are struggling to encourage knowledge sharing, team collaboration, and to make sure that employees from all generations feel motivated, valued, and appreciated. With such a broad range of years in not only age, but in experience, how do you engage employees from one generation, without losing others in the process?

This month’s webinar focuses on how to motivate a cross-generational workforce using employee recognition. Join Alexander Lovell, Manager, O.C. Tanner Institute Research & Assessment, as he leads a live panel discussion with employees from different industries, backgrounds, and generations.

Key takeaways from this month’s webinar include:

1.     The unique strengths and value of each generation.

2.     How generations really feel their generational stereotypes.

3.     Why shared accomplishments build bridges between generations.

4.     How giving and receiving recognition builds trust and connection across generations.


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Alex Lovell is Manager, Research and Assessment at the O.C. Tanner Institute. He is an advanced candidate for his PhD at the University of Utah and holds a Master’s and Bachelor’s from American Military University. His research focuses on the intersection between culture change and corporate civic participation. He specializes in mixed-method and multi-method research, with a focus on blending qualitative research with survey and experimental data for rich insights. Alex has consulted with a variety of companies to develop and implement culture and recognition measurement plans and has extensive experience in the management of cross-national projects, data analysis, and return on investment KPI development and calculation.

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