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Adaptive Learning Strategies for the Multi-Gen Workforce: How to Establish a Vision for Engaging Employees of All Ages

Adaptive Learning Strategies for the Multi-Gen Workforce: How to Establish a Vision for Engaging Employees of All Ages

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Adaptive Learning Strategies for the Multi-Gen Workforce: How to Establish a Vision for Engaging Employees of All Ages

Live Webinar: Wednesday, July 24, 2019

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to provide training that speaks to the unique needs and skills of the multi-generational workforce, and come away with a vision for engaging employees of all ages for the success of your operation.



Oh, those millennials! You’ve probably heard the sighs and complaints about the younger generation of workers. They are flooding the workforce and will soon be the majority at work.

However, those millennials (and Gen’s X and Z) are bringing new skills that will support the operation of your organization into the future. Finding ways to address the differences in your multi-generational workforce can be challenging but applying adaptive learning strategies can help.

Learning how to manage a variety of expectations and abilities that run the gamut of the generations at work can be challenging for the best leaders. Providing learning and development opportunities that best utilize the various abilities and commonalities of the different generations may also present a challenge. However, as you look toward the future, it’s a challenge worth taking.

Join us on July 24 for an in-depth webinar with an expert on talent learning and development. Gain learning strategies that can cover and aid the multi-generational workforce.

After attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • 5 essential principles that govern L&D for the multi-generational workforce
  • Best practices for providing training that speaks to the unique needs and skills of the multi-generational workforce
  • How to clearly establish a vision for engaging employees of all ages for the success
  • How profiles and characteristics of each generation factor into learning and development design
  • Do’s and don’ts of gamification for the multi-generational workforce
  • And more!

About Your Presenter

Jody Robie

Jody Robie
Senior Vice President North America
Talent Works International

Jody Robie has worked for more than 20 years designing and developing world class marketing strategies for companies worldwide.

A graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication and Harvard University’s Extension school, Jody began her career in the broadcast industry. She worked as a Reporter, Producer, Account Executive and Sales Manager for multiple TV Stations in Boston.

Currently, she oversees North America for Talent Works International, a global Talent Acquisition Communications firm headquartered in the UK. She has been at Talent Works International for more than 5 years, helping clients leverage Talent Works’ team of insight specialists, creative marketers and global recruiters.

She has helped to research and implement employer brands for companies of all sizes. These range from Babson College, Hearst Broadcasting, Akamai, Dunkin’ Brands, Ericsson, HP, LexisNexis and Choice Hotels.

Prior to joining Talent Works International, Jody worked as the U.S. Head of Employer Branding for Alexander Mann Solutions. She also held the position of Vice President of Business Development and Strategy for Buyer Advertising in Boston.

A frequent speaker at HR industry events, Jody has presented on topics ranging from Developing an Employer Brand, Diversity Marketing, Social and Digital strategies and Global Recruiting.

She is a board member of the DJ Henry Dream Fund and the HR Leadership Forum’s Marketing and Membership committee.