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Managing Millennials Course in China
The generation Y, better known as the millennials, will soon be the dominating population in the labor force. With this in mind, one has to learn the personalities they usually have and the characteristics they share with others. This way, introducing them to their new workplace will be a smooth transition.
Who Should Attend This Managing Millennials Course in China Workshop
This Managing Millennials course in China workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Managing Millennials.
All Staff Within An Organisation
Group Size For This Managing Millennials Training Program in China
The ideal group size for this Managing Millennials course in China is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
Course Duration For This Managing Millennials Skills Course in China
The duration of this Managing Millennials course in China workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute China will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Managing Millennials Course in China Benefits
Below is the list of course benefits of our Managing Millennials course in China
Increase motivation, performance, and retention with the millennial workforce to help them function well in the workplace
Meet their innate needs in an environment that fosters growth and development as professionals
Connect with the millennialson a personal and professional platform to understand them better as people
Encourage them to be collaborative in the workplace and develop camaraderie with coworkers
Understanding millennials as employees, people and their economic impact
Engagement of millennials and their influence in the workplace and outside of work and/or the digital aspects
Know what attracts and keeps millennials in the workplace and use this information to improve dealing with them
Complement them on their strengths and encourage them to harness their talents further
Take advantage of their tech-savviness and use it for the benefit of the company
Show them what they can potentially achieve in your company and get them excited for a future within your organization
What qualities millennials are looking for in a manager and a management team
Provide leadership and guidance and let them figure things out on their own and give them the freedom they want
Managing Millennials Course in China Objectives
Below is the list of course objectives of our Managing Millennials course in China
Learn how to manage millennials and use their abilities for the benefit of the firm
Apply practices for working with millennial preferences and use them to effectively manage them
Unpack myths and perceptions about this generation and delete stereotypes about them
Explore how values can be a strategy to bridge divides especially with the generation and value gaps
Apply an expectation matrix to increase individual accountability with the interns
Create communication plan that is tailored to individual needs and communication styles
Create a development plan for increased staff satisfaction and retention in the workplace
Provide them one-on-one attention that will help them gain experience and knowledge
Understand the influences of each generation and common generational motivations
Know the cause of conflict and the preferred learning environment of each group
The needed change from the leadership of the past to the leadership of the future
Understand what Millennials are looking for in learning and development opportunities especially in the workplace
Course Content For This Managing Millennials Training Course in China
Below is the list of course content of our Managing Millennials training course in China
About the millennial, their capabilities, and how their generation affects how they work
Define assignments and success factors because millennials don’t need to be boxed in but they do need banks on their pond
Provide leadership and guidance becauseMillennials want to look up to you, learn from you, and receive daily feedback from you
Encourage the millennial’s self-assuredness, “can-do” attitude, and positive personal self-image
Take advantage of the millennial’s comfort level with teams. Encourage them to join teams and provide a work environment that stresses teamwork
Listen to the millennial employee because these young adults have ideas and opinions and don’t take kindly to having their thoughts ignored
Millennial employees are up for a challenge and change so don’t bore them, ignore them, or trivialize their contribution
Millennial employees are multi-taskers on a scale you’ve never seen before
Take advantage of your millennial employee’s computer, cell phone, and electronic literacy
Capitalize on the millennial’s affinity for networking because your millennial employee likes to network around the world electronically
Provide a life-work balanced workplace because your millennials are used to cramming their lives with multiple activities
Provide a fun, employee-centered workplace because Millennials want to enjoy their work and they want to enjoy their workplace
Managing Millennials Course in China Value Added Materials
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Managing Millennials course in China
Managing Millennials Course in China Learner’s Guide
Managing Millennials Course in China Handouts
Managing Millennials Course in China PPT Slides Used During Course
Managing Millennials Course in China Certification
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
Course Fees for Managing Millennials Course in China
There are 4 pricing options available for this Managing Millennials training course in China. Course participants not in China may choose to sign up for our online Managing Millennials training course in China.
USD 679.97 For a 60-minute Lunch Talk Session.
USD 289.97 For a Half Day Course Per Participant.
USD 439.97 For a 1 Day Course Per Participant.
USD 589.97 For a 2 Day Course Per Participant.
Discounts available for more than 2 participants.
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Post Training Support: A vast majority of training does not have any effect beyond 120 days. To work, training has to have a strong pre- and post-training component. Post-training reinforcement helps individuals to recall the understanding and ask questions.
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Course Content: Knowles Training Institute’s material is relevant, of high quality and provide specific learning results. Participants will leave the training course feeling as they have gained a strong understanding and will also be in a position to execute what they have learned sensibly.
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How to Manage Millennials: Here are Eight Ways to Do it Right
Foster a Strong Company Culture.
Offer a Work-Life Balanced Environment.
Provide Leadership and Guidance.
Make use of Their Tech Savviness.
Recognise Their Work.
Craft a Future That Gets Them Excited.
Allow Theme to be Leaders.
Here are Six Ways to Get Along With Millennials at Work
Regularly inform them of the reason for doing certain things.
Millennials are motivated by the extent of the impact their work has on the world.
Ask their opinion — a lot.
Let them try new jobs.
Allow flexibility in how they work.
Find ways for the company and the employees to give back.
Encourage face-to-face interactions.
Millennials and Gen Z: Relating with and Managing Younger Generations in the Workplace
Put Away the Stereotypes and Compare Each Employee as an Individual.
Do not Assume it is All About the Office Environment.
Recapture Their Youth.
Carry Them Through Life Changes.
It is essential to imagine being a Millennial when trying to motivate them.
Use these tips to increase the number of young employees to retain.
Give regular encouragement and feedback.
Offer flexible working hours and personal time.
Create new titles and in-between steps.
Help them connect to the business.
Here are 10 Ways to Appeal to the Next Wave of Workers: Generation Z
Arrange flexible schedules.
Skip the annual performance review.
Welcome to a tech-centred workplace.
Plan for in-person interaction.
Expect to provide more structure and direction.
Re-evaluate formal education.
Have a plan for their professional growth.
Set clear expectations.
What are the Generation Z birth years & age range? Generation Z is everyone born between 1996 and 2010, which consists of roughly 72 million people. However, this definition varies slightly by different people. For example, Pew Research has defined Gen Z as anyone born after 1997.
Gen Z is risk-averse. Hence, this generation tends to seek employers offering stability, security, and opportunities for growth. One survey of a thousand Gen Zers found that the top career goal among this group is to work in a job where they feel stable and secure, with 40% in agreement.
How Do You Maintain a Gen Z Workforce?
Keep things moving and fast. If there is one thing most generations expect, but Gen Z expects, it is speed.
Want their attention? Use visuals, not text.
Keep secure internal communication.
Allow workplace flexibility.
Millennials and Gen Z see flexibility in the workplace as an essential value. The "cubicle" environment where workers sit in the same place from 9 to 5 deters both generations. They require flexible schedules and remote work options. This preference for flexibility does not mean they are lazy and want easy jobs.
How to attract generation Z as employees:
Creativity. Utilise a regular touchpoint that is human.
Money. Salary is not the only factor motivating this generation.
Technology. Be creative with technology.
Speed. Respond quickly, or else might as well not respond at all.
Social media. Use social media wisely.
Millennials are well-educated and much more connected. They feel essential among themselves. They favour a later marrying age and have fewer children. However, they are just as optimistic as any previous generation.
Here are seven Tips For Managing Millennials:
Grant opportunities for learning and development.
Offer an equilibrium between personal and professional life.
Money is not the sole motivating factor.
Be mentors, not bosses.
Create a great company culture.
Understand their need for recognition.
Take the good with the bad.
Millennials are ambitious, confident, and achievement-oriented, as they were nurtured and pampered by parents who did not want to make the mistakes of the previous generation. They also have high expectations of their employers, tend to seek new difficulties at work, and are not afraid to question authority.
How to Manage Millennials: 8 Ways to Do it Right
Create a Great and Fun Company Culture.
Furnish a Work-Life Balanced Environment.
Provide Leadership and Guidance.
Take Advantage of Their Tech Savviness.
Appreciate Their Work.
Craft a Future That Gets Them Excited.
Allow Them to be Leaders.
These are the traits of millennials that must be understood:
Millennials are not narcissistic. They love self-expression – and they have the means to prove it.
People that millennials can relate to, inspire them.
Millennials are connected but not tethered.
Millennials love a good deal.
Here are eight defining characteristics of Generation Z:
All about technology.
Enjoys other people.
Diversity does not even register with Generation Z.
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