Please join us on April 13, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for a workshop on Managing Millennials. Learn about generational differences, HR aspects and more.

The program focuses on understanding of the generation that is exponentially dominating the global workforce. What motivates this increasing workforce and how to leverage its strengths and identify growth and development opportunities to be able to effectively manage this so-called Gen Y. Prepares and equips leaders with diverse approach in building a culture that will respond to the needs of the new generation.

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Course participants will learn about generational differences in the workplace, discuss the profile of Millennials in the local work environment, HR’s perspective of the Gen Y, and the transformation in workplace culture. We will also go over modern technologies and social media, as well as how they affect Millennials’ behavior and productivity at work.

The workshop will revisit management styles that respond to the emotional, psychological, and social needs of the Millennials, study work-life balance, and go over how to create a positive, people-focused work environment.

Course Outline

  • Profile of Millennials
  • Changing Times
  • HR Practitioners’ Perspective on Gen Y
  • Recruiting, Engaging and Retaining Gen Y
  • Managing Millennials
  • Work Life Balance
  • Culture Transformation
  • Better Care for and Keeping Millennials

An investment of P4,500 includes snacks and lunch, instruction by an expert facilitator, small group workshops that provide “active learning,” a specialized student workbook and a personalized certificate of completion.

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About the Facilitator

Leonida G. Reyes is a dynamic professional with more than 15 years of rich experience spearheading the whole cycle of Human Resources Management and Development. Currently associated with the Philippine-Australia Human Resource Organizational Development Facility (PAHRODF) and presently engaged in organizational interventions and outsourced Human Resource Management with private corporations and Civil Society Organizations. She has worked for Smart Communications where she gained a wealth of experience in Change Management, Culture-Building, Management and Leadership Development, Team Effectiveness, Instructional Development, and Facilitation of Learning among other behaviorally-anchored skills training for more than 11 years. She has handled senior positions in HR Management and Development with diverse industries from Aviation, Systems Integration, Land Transportation, Shipping, Supply Chain Solutions / Logistics, Overseas Manpower Deployment, Manufacturing, Retail, Business Process Outsourcing, and Management Consulting. Ms. Reyes was conferred an honorary Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management from the University of Santo Tomas in 2004. An active member of People Management Association of the Philippines, Organizational Development Philippine Network, Philippine Society of Training and Development, HR Philippines, and Society for Human Resource Management, U.S.A.

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