Today's dynamic workforce leverages on the cumulative strengths and qualities of multiple generations working and interacting together.
But managing such diverse pools of talent poses a challenge when it comes to training them simultaneously, as each generation holds unique mindsets and is accustomed to different ways of learning.
But it is precisely through embracing these differences that training can become more effective in the workplace.
At Employee Effectiveness 2014, Rachel Earhard, learning and development director APAC at McCann Worldgroup (Singapore), will speak about how employees can be encouraged to share respective key skill sets with other members of the company, so the organisation can grow.
"In this day and age, we have up to four generations in the workplace. They have different understandings of technology and different expectations of the workplace," Earhard says.
"My vision is to create a platform to get young people educating more seasoned people, as well as getting functions and generations teaching each other."
Employee Effectiveness 2014 will take place on 18-19 June at the PARKROYAL on Beach Road in Singapore.
Join Earhard and other senior HR practitioners in this two day conference, as they uncover the latest L&D trends and confront the most pressing training challenges within the region.
For more information on the event, or to enquire about attending, speaking or sponsoring, please visitwww.ee2014.com.