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Managing Young Workers Training (Online)
July 18 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
One event on July 20, 2023 at 2:00 pm
Managing young workers is crucial for any organization looking to succeed in today’s fast-paced and competitive business environment. Young workers, typically defined as those aged 18 to 35, bring a unique set of skills, ideas, and perspectives to the workplace that can help drive innovation, creativity, and productivity. However, managing these workers requires a different approach than managing older generations.
One of the most significant challenges in managing young workers is understanding their unique needs, values, and preferences. Young workers tend to prioritize a good work-life balance, meaningful work, and opportunities for growth and development. They also prefer flexible work arrangements, including remote work options and non-traditional work hours. Leaders who understand these preferences can create a workplace that attracts and retains top young talent.
Effective management of young workers also requires strong communication skills. Young workers tend to prefer frequent feedback, regular communication, and open dialogue with their managers. They value transparency, honesty, and authenticity in their relationships with leaders. Leaders who can provide clear expectations, regular feedback, and open communication can build trust and develop strong relationships with young workers.
This program helps you to understand the characteristics of young workers to come up with a strategy in managing them.
At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Understand the characteristics and needs of young workers
- Learn effective strategies to manage and motivate young workers
- Develop skills to communicate and provide feedback to young workers
- Identify common challenges in managing young workers and how to address them
- Introduction to Young Workers
- Overview of the current landscape of young workers
- Discussion on the characteristics and values of young workers
- Understanding the unique needs and expectations of young workers
- Building a Positive Workplace Culture for Young Workers
- Identifying and addressing generational differences in the workplace
- Creating a welcoming and inclusive workplace culture for young workers
- Building trust and developing relationships with young workers
- Communication and Feedback for Young Workers
- Understanding communication preferences of young workers
- Techniques for providing feedback to young workers
- Effective communication strategies for managing young workers
- Managing and Motivating Young Workers
- Identifying what motivates young workers
- Strategies for setting goals and expectations for young workers
- Developing effective performance management plans for young workers
- Addressing Challenges in Managing Young Workers
- Common challenges in managing young workers and how to address them
- Strategies for addressing conflicts and managing difficult conversations with young workers
- Developing skills to handle generational gaps and differences in the workplace
- Scoping and action planning
- Junior managers
- Newly promoted managers
MR. RAY G. TADEO, M.B.A
Mr. Tadeo is the Training and Development Manager of the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) where he manages the day-to-day training operations of the organization. He has 14 years of experience in training operations from designing, implementing, and evaluating training interventions for various companies from different industries. He also implemented different projects that focus on capacity-building of employers’ representative to different topics under industrial relations and occupational safety and health. Mr. Tadeo participated in various fora and training in Cambodia, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam representing the employers’ organization.
Prior to his engagement at ECOP, he worked at Digitel Mobile Philippines, Inc. (Sun Cellular) under the organizational development and training department and Partners in Child Development and Progress as a Behavioral Therapist. He earned his certification in Management Training Program (MTP) from the Association of Overseas Technical Scholarships in Osaka, Japan, Certificate in Digital Training from International Training Center of the International Labour Organization in Turin, Italy, and Research Course on Decent Work at International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland. Mr. Tadeo received his MBA at San Beda College Alabang, Muntinlupa, and Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila.
July 18 and 20, 2023 from 2:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. via Zoom and ECOP eCampus
Regular Price/Non-member Rate: PhP4,000.00.00
All ECOP members are entitled to a member-rate discount using a coupon code. To get a code, kindly contact our Training Department at [email protected].
- The training slot is confirmed only upon receipt of payment. Only confirmed (paid) participants will be given access to the training.
- The registration fee must be paid not later than two (2) working days before the first session of the training.
- The speaker will make available learning materials that participants will use in this training program. It can be downloaded from our eCampus platform.
- The recorded video of the session will be uploaded in our eCampus platform after each training session.
- Participants will receive e-certificates after the training.
Deadline of Registration: July 13, 2023
Deadline of Payment: July 14, 2023
For more inquiries, you may contact us via ECOP Training and Development: [email protected]