Title: Managing across Generations
Location: Dutton Gregory, St Peter’s Street, Winchester. SO23 8BT
Time: from 8.30 am to 9.45 am
Date: Tuesday 16th April 2013
Guest speaker: Dr. Nigel Paterson
The relevance to People Management: each generation can have its own values and behaviours, and it takes skill to manage the best of all points of view without unnecessary conflict
Management of diversity has become a very important skill in the workplace. Part of this is the ability to manage across generations successfully enough that staff enjoy and even speak enthusiastically about the multi-generational environment in which they work. The same principles can be applied rather similarly to all-age voluntary organisations and even to extended families.
Nigel will give a brief overview of the generations commonly found in the workplace, including their customary likes and dislikes. This will lead to the exploration of a number of ideas for best practice.
Nigel Paterson is a trainer and educator who works part-time for Richard Lewis Communications in Warnford, giving training to overseas business people, academics, government officers and politicians in business and cross-cultural communication. He also works part-time for a thriving, all-age church in Hedge End.
Early Booking essential – Call Sarah Broad on 01962 844333 or at email@example.com.
For other questions please visit our website www.peoplemgt.org.uk or contact our chair: Ed Beckmann of Interweave Now on 01256 806596, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The People Management Breakfast is open to anyone who wishes to come along and is held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Our breakfast meetings are free throughout the year, supported by Dutton Gregory Solicitors, but we ask for £10 towards the Summer & Christmas breakfasts. Our aims are:
to promote the development of people
to encourage and support those involved in the business of developing people and cultures
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