This course is only accessible by internal trainers and facilitators who have purchased the Blended Learning Package as a part of the Generation University™ program. The Gen U Blended Learning Package provides an offline curricula to complement the 4 online courses. The recommended program sequence takes 7 weeks, with alternating weeks of online and offline coursework. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course is composed of a single survey and is a required prerequisite to any of the courses within the Generation University.
By the end of this course, you will be able to summarize the basic characteristics and importance of generational science and today's multi-generation workplace.
Define the term "generation”
Explain the basis for generational science and demography
Describe the defining characteristics and influential events for the five generations in the workforce today
Justify the importance of embracing multi-generational diversity in the workplace
- Discuss the subjective biases that should be considered before forming perceptions about generations
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Discuss the origins and complexities of the generational stereotypes we hold ourselves and observe in others.
- Apply the Stereotype to Strength Framework to reframe and leverage generational traits, especially in regards to Millennials
- Demonstrate appreciation for the formative events that influenced each generation and their resulting attitudes and behaviors
- Display commitment to reframing perceptions positively
- Leveraging Gen Y/Millennial employees on a Team
- Managing Gen Y/Millennial employees
- Managing Up Effectively with Gen Y/Millennial Managers
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In this final course, you will demonstrate your understanding of generations and how to leverage them in the workplace by analyzing your workplace. Completion of this course results in receiving your Generation University certificate for in Multi-Generational Workplace Capability.