11/15/2018-Knowledge Transfer & Emerging Generations/Succession Planning
Knowledge Transfer and the Emerging Generations
Succession Planning and the Emerging Generations is a unique program focused on how your organization can ensure tomorrow’s success by integrating the aspirations of young professionals with the wisdom of veteran managers.
The coming decade will see the greatest out- migration of talent American commerce has ever seen. So how do you capture and transfer this knowledge to the emerging generations? How can you do this in a way that connects with the entertainment expectations of today’s digitally distracted cohort of contributors? Knowledge Transfer and the Emerging Generations teaches you the basics of knowledge transfer including how to get staff invested in the process.
Learn strategies for gathering and organizing the knowledge possessed by your veteran contributors. Discover simple and cost-effective ways to deliver these insights to media-dependent young workers. Learn what leading organizations are doing to foster knowledge transfer successfully within their firms.
Succession Planning and the Emerging Generations
As Baby Boomers begin their march to retirement, they are being replaced by a cohort of people having a radically different take on leadership. The younger generations challenge the traditional ways that most organizations promote and develop leaders. They are unwilling to work the long hours and “sacrifice for the corporate good.” At the same time, they are confronting what they perceive as archaic management practices and want to leave their mark on the establishments of the future.
About the Instructor
Bob Wendover has been researching and writing about workforce transition issues for more than 25 years. He is the award-winning author of Crossing the Generational Divide, Business-to- Business Selling and the Emerging Generations, High Performance Hiring, Recruiting for High Performance, Two Minute Motivation, and Figure It Out!, among other publications. He appears regularly in national and local media and has conducted more than 1500 seminars and workshops. But he’s no “sage on the stage.” He was conducting interactive keynotes way before the term was coined. That’s the type of session at which Bob has become a master. He’s spoken everywhere from the towers of Wall Street to the outback of Alaska. He will entertain you. He will inform you. But most important, he will provide tailored solutions that are easy to implement.