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372.G1 Leveraging the Benefits of a Multigenerational Workforce
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372.G1 Leveraging the Benefits of a Multigenerational Workforce

When: Tuesday, April 30, 2019
9:00 AM
Where: Electric Cooperative Training Center
955 Rumble Road
Forsyth, Georgia  31029
United States
Presenter: Andrew McPeak --Growing Leaders
Contact: Lauren Dodson

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Some See Obstacles, We See Opportunity

For the first time in history, four distinct sociological generations are working together in business. Companies are grappling with the complexities of managing Millennials and the challenges of helping Generation Y transition into the workplace alongside members of previous older generations. Those companies who successfully recruit, motivate and retain the emerging generation position themselves to positively leverage this new talent pool for the future.

However, we have seen that many organizations lack the understanding of how to train and manage Millennials in a way that maximizes their potential. That is why we designed a training program suited to the needs of businesses looking to successfully onboard new professionals and establish communication systems that enable team members from all different generations to thrive in the workplace.


  • Bridge the generational diversity gap within staff.
  • Implement new management techniques that resonate with Millennial employees.
  • Create a culture that attracts and nurtures young talent to develop a
    management pipeline.
  • Promote team leadership development in Millennials.

 Meet your Instructor:


About Andrew McPeak:

Andrew is a sought-after millennial communicator who brings a unique generational perspective to audiences.  He is the co-author of Dr. Tim Elmoreā€™s latest book Marching Off the Map and he has shared insights from this resource with educators, coaches and business leaders around the country. He also co-hosts the Leading the Next Generation with Tim Elmore podcast.

Andrew also serves as the Director of Program Excellence at Growing Leaders where he and his team work closely with schools, universities and sports teams on effectively implementing Habitudes as a tool to teach life and leadership skills.

Andrew does events for:

  • School and University Administrators
  • Educators
  • College Students
  • Middle and High School Students
  • Executives

The tuition for this course is $275 per participant and includes course materials and lunch. Your cooperative will be invoiced upon completion of the course. If you have any additional questions, please contact Lauren Dodson at

Our Mission: Provide leadership and unity through advocacy, education and communications.

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