Generational

Courses in the “Generational” category include the following:

Attracting and Engaging Millennials

Attracting and Engaging Millennials Millennials make up 36% of today’s workforce and they’ll represent 50% of our workforce in just four short years. Bright, progressive, change-minded and impatient, these young people are driving significant change in both our firms and in our clients, too. In this session, we’ll discuss strategies for being a preferred employer […]
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Bridging Your Generational Gap: Building Empathy and Leveraging Each Other’s Strengths

Bridging Your Generational Gap: Building Empathy and Leveraging Each Other’s Strengths Millennial, Generation X and Baby Boomer team members all have unique generational experiences and values. To capitalize on your similarities and manage your differences, you need to understand the core distinctions between the generations and identify methods for maximizing each of your team members’ […]
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Embracing Generational Differences in Your Practice

Embracing Generational Differences in Your Practice Generation X, Y, and Baby Boomer team members all have unique differences. Because there are different generational experiences, we’ll explore the core distinctions between the generations and identify methods for maximizing each of your team members’ success. Attend this session to: Understand the generational concept and explore Baby Boomer, […]
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Engaging NextGen Clients

Millennials have surpassed Baby Boomers as the largest living generation in the US. Young buyers are transforming the way we call a taxi, stay in touch with business colleagues and shop for essentials. And their expectations are driving changes to the traditional CPA firm client engagement and service delivery models.  Attend this session to: Understand […]
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Having It All: Managing a High-Performance, Flexible Work Environment

Having It All:  Managing a High-Performance, Flexible Work Environment Increased competition for talent requires new and innovative employee engagement strategies. At the top of the list for many is the ability to work at a time and place of our choosing. This demand for Anytime, Anywhere WorkTM is driving CPA firm leaders to give up […]
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Is Your Firm Old School or Cool?

Is Your Firm Old School or Cool? The retirement of the 78 million Baby Boomers over the next decade will drive a labor shortage unlike anything we’ve seen in the U.S. to date. With the accounting unemployment rate well below the national average, young and talented CPAs will be in high demand in the coming […]
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Managing Millennials

Managing Millennials Generation Y team members – or the Millennial Generation – are the latest to enter our workforce, bringing with them new challenges and benefits, too. Attend this session to discuss: Generational differences and what makes Millennials unique, special, and different How to motivate and manage your youngest team members effectively Methods to retain […]
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Mentoring Your NextGen Leaders

Mentoring Your NextGen Leaders Building a team of NextGen leaders is a challenge most organizations face today. NextGen leaders are clearly different from current leaders, including their use of technology, collaborative approach to projects, and their feedback expectations and communication approaches. Motivating and supporting NextGen leaders requires a shift in our approach to mentoring and […]
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Reframing Common Generational Complaints – For All Generations

Reframing Common Generational Complaints – For All Generations We’re hearing a lot about the younger generation and the impact they’re having in our firms. The shifting demographics offer an enormous opportunity to improve collaboration and efficiency and “building a better mousetrap.” But first, firm leaders have to set aside their resentment about changes being thrust […]
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Reframing Common Generational Complaints – For Emerging Leaders

Reframing Common Generational Complaints – For Emerging Leaders At times it may seem like there’s a generational crevasse when it comes to working and practice management styles. Growing restless by holding resentment will only prevent change from happening. Instead, let go of common complaints and consider the counterpointing questions that will help solve problems collaboratively. […]
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Reframing Common Generational Complaints – For Firm Leaders

Reframing Common Generational Complaints – For Firm Leaders We’re hearing a lot about the younger generation and the impact they’re creating in the workplace. It can be easy for firm leaders to begrudge the changes that are being demanded of them and refuse to consider other perspectives. However, this is an area of huge opportunity […]
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Want to Keep Your Next Gen? 9 Must DO Firm Changes to Make ASAP!

Want to Keep Your Next Gen? 9 Must DO Firm Changes to Make ASAP! Our Next Gen leaders are restless. They want change, and they want it now. Mature leaders feel resistant and young leaders feel impatient. Both groups must come together to innovate new ways of running the practice and preparing for transition in […]
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