Intergenerational cooperation training

There are four generations present in the labour market today: the baby-boomers and members of the X, the Y and the Z generations. Becoming conscious of and the practical use of the shared values of generations socialised in very different ways and relying on the advantages, disadvantages or traps of the various generations have become an inevitable task for today’s organisations.

The aim of the intergenerational cooperation training is to enable self-reflection for the different generations with the help of processing hands-on experiences in order to facilitate smoother, more effective communication and more harmonious co-existence within any organisation.

The actual curriculum of the training is created based on the following issues but are also tailor-made for the specific demands of the given organisation:

  • Why, if at all, is it necessary to focus on the phenomenon of intergenerational differences?
  • The results of development accelerations in society.
  • Reversed socialisation in the information-based society, in the digital era/ asymmetry and reversed roles between generations.
  • The messages of the consumer society on the level of everyday life for the various generations.
  • General description and comparative and interactive analysis of the X, Y, Z generations.
  • Emotions, interests and relationships at work.
  • Differences in communication patterns between the various generations.
  • The various generations’ attitudes towards values.
  • Knowledge, authority and prestige.
  • Work-life balance for the different generations.
  • Working with and motivating young co-workers.
  • Intergenerational conflicts between leaders and subordinates.
  • Company cultures and generational connections.