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Webinar: One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Generational Perspectives to Coaching & Learning
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Join us for this LTEN webinar, sponsored by iCoachFirst, as we explore how generational identities translate into behaviors, and as it relates to authority and work styles. We also discuss how the workplace reality has changed to one in which employees view themselves as equal partners in the relationship, thus requiring a shift in how we deliver learning and coaching.

10/22/2019
When: 10/22/2019
12:30 PM
Where: ONLINE ONLY - LTEN Event
ONLINE ONLY
ONLINE ONLY, Virginia  24014
United States
Contact: Miki White
5407253859


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One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Generational Perspectives to Coaching & Learning

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EDT

As technology is redefining the learning experience and as corporate training shifts toward talent development, we must engage our learners and employees through impactful coaching and learning experiences. This requires an understanding of generational differences and their unique perspectives toward coaching and leadership, as well as their learning preferences.

Join us for this LTEN webinar, sponsored by iCoachFirst, as we explore how generational identities translate into behaviors, and as it relates to authority and work styles. We also discuss how the workplace reality has changed to one in which employees view themselves as equal partners in the relationship, thus requiring a shift in how we deliver learning and coaching. Key take-aways will include instructional design tips and techniques that support trainers and subject matter experts in delivering more high impact training.

At the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • State the key characteristics of all five generations.
  • Describe how Millennials and Gen Zs differ.
  • Explain generational perspectives to coaching.
  • Understand how each generation likes to be coached.
  • Apply generational learning preference to your training programs.
  • Apply instructional design techniques to engage learners.
  • Learn about a field coaching and development solution that accommodates all types of learners.

Our Presenters:

   

Ted Power

Ted Power is the Chief Customer Officer at iCoachfirst. As a recognized thought leader and trusted adviser, Ted also provides insightful counsel to a variety of organizations, including GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Sanofi-Aventis, Johnson & Johnson, Panasonic, and the U.S. Military (Army Rangers).

With more than 20 years of leadership and consulting experience in Talent Management/Organizational Development, Ted has led large-scale global initiatives, including the development and implementation of enterprise-wide competency systems that require the engagement of broad stakeholder groups to ensure optimal organizational adoption.

Ted’s expertise includes behavioral assessment application and interpretation, leadership and team development, organizational analyses and assessment, competency model development and deployment, executive coaching, and sales force effectiveness programs.

Ted graduated from Dickinson College with a B.A. in Political Science. Prior to joining iCoachFirst in 1996, he worked as a Sales and Marketing professional in the Human Resource Consulting and Retail industries.

   

Giselle Kovary

As president and co-founder of n-gen People Performance, Giselle is dedicated to building strategies and programs that help clients target, motivate and engage employees in order to increase performance and productivity. She is a sought-after resource to industry leaders, having worked with 18 of the top Fortune 500 companies across North America. Over 60,000 people globally have experienced an n-gen workshop or presentation. Giselle has devoted more than seventeen years to researching the impact that generational differences have on organizational performance. She has co-authored two books and completed Canada’s first national Gen Z research survey.

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