Managing Millennials and Gen Z Staff in Youth Development Settings
If your organization is like most youth-serving non-profits, you likely have a number of employees who have never held a formal job prior to you hiring them. Given that so many jobs in our field are part-time and/or entry level, it is common for staff to lack basic skills like workplace communication, troubleshooting with grace, and navigating difficult conversations.
This virtual training is designed to help new and seasoned managers supervising Millennial and Gen Z staff. We will build an understanding of the work styles and preferences of younger staff, and discuss a number of actionable management strategies to improve communications and results. Participants will receive a certificate for 2 hours of training under SACC category (3) child program development and (5) business record maintenance and management.
This session will take place via videoconference using Zoom and log-in information will be sent two days prior to the session. In order to review a certificate of participation, participants are expected to:
- Sign into the session by 9:45 to allow for technology set-up time
- Use their camera to be present via video for the duration of the session
- Actively participate in discussions, group chats, and activities
Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Time: 9:45 sign-in; 10am-12pm session
The cost is $35 per person. Only one participant per ticket/computer to ensure each person can fully participate in the session.Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!