Western Kentucky University

CWD: Courses: Management and Supervisory Training

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Managing a Younger, Less Experienced Workforce

Session Format:

One 4-Hour Session

Introduction

The characteristics and needs of a predominantly younger, less experienced workforce are markedly different from a workforce that is older and more seasoned. This session will provide an overview of appropriate supervisory strategies for younger, less-experienced workers.

Objectives

The participant will learn: (1) the specific characteristics and needs of younger, less experienced employees, (2) a step by step approach to orienting, training and supervising a younger, less experienced workforce, (3) how to motivate and evaluate younger, less-experienced workers, and (4) how to facilitate organizational change with younger, less-experienced workers.

Content Outline

  • The general characteristics and special needs of a younger, less experienced workforce
  • A step-by-step approach to orienting, training, and supervising a younger, less experienced workforce
  • How to motivate and evaluate younger, less experienced workers
  • How to facilitate organizational change with younger, less experienced workers

Who Should Attend

This seminar is intended for companies and organizations where a relatively large percentage of the employees are comparatively younger and less experienced.

 Last Modified 7/22/13