Unite & Ignite:
Bringing Generations Together at Work
Rebecca Ryan
1
I have you - the National Park
Service - to thank for helping
me get to this place in my
career...
2
How it all started...
Moose Drool Beer - delicious!
3
Then it took a turn...
Ranger Rita’s truck had this logo on it...
4
The inner sanctum...
I’ve been inside...and I can’t tell you what I’ve seen.
5
I returned his call...
This wasn’t the exact phone, but you get the idea.
6
I have a
problem.
What is it?
I just lost
my top three
recruits
What
happened?
They all took
jobs for a
competitor...
in D...
8
When was your last
“generational moment?”
9
4 4 5
10
Meet the Four Generations at
Work
11
Silents, b. 1925-1942
Turning 68-85 years old in 2010
Sometimes called “Traditionalists”
12
“Hank”
13
Baby Boomers, b. 1943-1960
Turning 50-67 years old in 2010
14
“Deborah”
15
The 13th Generation, b. 1961-1981
Turning 29-49 years old in 2010
Sometimes called “Generation X”
16
“Mark”
17
Millennials, b. 1982-2001
Turning 9-28 years old in 2010
Sometimes called “Gen Y”
18
“Christine” & Friends
19
Four Insights About How the
Next Gen Sees the World
20
Live First, Work Second
Where I live is as important as where I work.
21
30 is the new 20
Adulthood is being pushed back.
22
Life online is Life
You are who Google says you are
23
Tech-savvy.
I’m skeptical.
More people under 40 believe they will see
a UFO than receive Social Security.
24
5 Do’s and Don’t’s
25
You (the boss) are the
most important person in
your employees’ lives
26
Throw away
job
descriptions
27
People who work in
their strengths are ten
times more productive.
28
Focus on the work.
(Don’t be a Michael.)
29
Marti got a reduced work schedule.Stop by my office and ask me how!
Offer special deals
30
Surprise them by noticing
31
It’s the element of surprise, not the size of
the award, that really moves people.
- Dr. Hayagreeva Rao, Stanford
32
Give ‘em a reason
to believe
33
Bark both ways
(Bonus advice)
34
Q & A
35
www.nextgenerationconsulting.com/next
36
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National Park Service: Unite and Ignite

This presentation on managing a multi-generational workplace featured additional tips for manager of next-gen teams.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Travel      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - National Park Service: Unite and Ignite

  • 1. Unite & Ignite: Bringing Generations Together at Work Rebecca Ryan 1
  • 2. I have you - the National Park Service - to thank for helping me get to this place in my career... 2
  • 3. How it all started... Moose Drool Beer - delicious! 3
  • 4. Then it took a turn... Ranger Rita’s truck had this logo on it... 4
  • 5. The inner sanctum... I’ve been inside...and I can’t tell you what I’ve seen. 5
  • 6. I returned his call... This wasn’t the exact phone, but you get the idea. 6
  • 7. I have a problem. What is it? I just lost my top three recruits What happened? They all took jobs for a competitor... in Denver 7
  • 8. 8
  • 9. When was your last “generational moment?” 9
  • 10. 4 4 5 10
  • 11. Meet the Four Generations at Work 11
  • 12. Silents, b. 1925-1942 Turning 68-85 years old in 2010 Sometimes called “Traditionalists” 12
  • 13. “Hank” 13
  • 14. Baby Boomers, b. 1943-1960 Turning 50-67 years old in 2010 14
  • 15. “Deborah” 15
  • 16. The 13th Generation, b. 1961-1981 Turning 29-49 years old in 2010 Sometimes called “Generation X” 16
  • 17. “Mark” 17
  • 18. Millennials, b. 1982-2001 Turning 9-28 years old in 2010 Sometimes called “Gen Y” 18
  • 19. “Christine” & Friends 19
  • 20. Four Insights About How the Next Gen Sees the World 20
  • 21. Live First, Work Second Where I live is as important as where I work. 21
  • 22. 30 is the new 20 Adulthood is being pushed back. 22
  • 23. Life online is Life You are who Google says you are 23
  • 24. Tech-savvy. I’m skeptical. More people under 40 believe they will see a UFO than receive Social Security. 24
  • 25. 5 Do’s and Don’t’s 25
  • 26. You (the boss) are the most important person in your employees’ lives 26
  • 27. Throw away job descriptions 27
  • 28. People who work in their strengths are ten times more productive. 28
  • 29. Focus on the work. (Don’t be a Michael.) 29
  • 30. Marti got a reduced work schedule.Stop by my office and ask me how! Offer special deals 30
  • 31. Surprise them by noticing 31
  • 32. It’s the element of surprise, not the size of the award, that really moves people. - Dr. Hayagreeva Rao, Stanford 32
  • 33. Give ‘em a reason to believe 33
  • 34. Bark both ways (Bonus advice) 34
  • 35. Q & A 35
  • 36. www.nextgenerationconsulting.com/next 36

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