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Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
Change is Good-YOU Go First
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Change is Good-YOU Go First

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Created this program for Fluor, and engineering company focusing on oil services.

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    • 1. 4 Trends Changing the Workplace
    • 2. To Thrive Today You Must Have the Ability to Adapt and Change The nature of change is resistance. Leaders know how to overcome resistance and push forward.
    • 3. The Way It Was
    • 4. The Way It Is
    • 5. Where It’s Headed ?
    • 6. “The best way to predict the future is to create it.”
    • 7. Expectations are High- The Pressure is on!
    • 8. My Goal Today
    • 9. 4 Drivers that Changing the World
    • 10. Economy is changing the way see our value.
    • 11. Technology
    • 12. We’ve only just begun
    • 13. Twitter!
    • 14. CHANGING OF THE GUARD
    • 15. ARE THE YOUNG/OLD TEACHERS DRIVING YOU CRAZY?
    • 16. Unlike any time- there are 4 generations working side by side as well as across the oceans collaborating, contributing and creating success and building equity.
    • 17. Which generation are you? A. Traditionalist B. Baby Boomer C. Gen X D. Gen Y
    • 18. Each generation needs to understand the other generations for who they are and that they are not an older or younger version of themselves. They are not your mini-me
    • 19. Born before 1946 Traditionalists Influenced by the Great Depression Achievement through hard work and sacrificing for the greater good Fueled the Post WWII economic boom Deeply patriotic, loyal, responsible Characterized by fiscal restraint and a strong work ethic Demand RESPECT and expect Quality Formal manners, keep traditions
    • 20. Baby Boomers
    • 21. The Me Generation 1946-1964 Had Stay-at-Home Moms See world from their own Compe titi ve in nature value systems Sacrifice for personal success Polarization in U.S. brought about by boomers High di vorce rate Resent authorit y Women enter the workforce Want to be in control Highly moti vated Love recognition and awards Focused on prosperit y Spend lots of hours on the job Big on self-help Need face time Value independence Love producti vit y, bot tom lines, win-wins, and success
    • 22. Generation X
    • 23. The Slackers Born bet ween 1964 and 1978 The technology explosion “Latchkey” kids created an extremely Busy parents entrepreneurial Seen scandal rock every environment, one in which X institution, from the stock learned to trust themselves market to the U.S. and information presidency, big business, Self reliant and practical churches, corporations Productive Value friends Virtual Personal Time=Work-Life Independent, don’t micro- Balance manage them Cynical-Skeptical Loyal to people over Impatient organizations
    • 24. Gen X What do They want?
    • 25. Time is their Currency (ROI) Return on Investment is (ROT) Return on Time
    • 26. What is your favorite way to communicate? A. Face to Face B. Telephone C. Email D. Texting
    • 27. Generation Y/Why
    • 28. The Can-Do Kids 1979-2000 Born with technology Most educated Want friends at work Most diverse Highly collaborative Helicopter Parents Hippie 2.0 Parents are friends and advocates Like living at home with you Spoiled, adored, encouraged Crave fame Support from school/ church Impatient High multi-taskers Want a mentor Need lots of feedback and lots of praise Want training Shorter attention span Questioning, challenging the status quo Powerful social net work
    • 29. Gen Y What do they want?
    • 30. Understand them. They are different. They think differently. Are you willing to trust them? Are you willing to manage them?
    • 31. Collaboration-Teams You be Their Mentor Feedback and Praise Continued Learning What’s in It for Me? Encouragement Allow Them to Think Differently Fun- Interesting
    • 32. Please Listen Up!
    • 33. How did they attract the top talent in Generation X? Bill Gates, Mitch Kaper, Fred Gibbons
    • 34. What do they want?

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