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HRDQ Announces Newly-Revised 'Millennial Mindset' Program

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HRDQ Announces Newly-Revised 'Millennial Mindset' Program

HRDQ, a developer and publisher of experiential learning resources, announces a newly-revised "Millennial Mindset" program, which helps maximize the effectiveness of one's daily interactions with employees in their 20's and 30's through engagement and communication strategies.

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WEST CHESTER, Pa., Sept. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- HRDQ, a developer and publisher of experiential learning resources, announces a newly-revised "Millennial Mindset" program, which helps maximize the effectiveness of one's daily interactions with employees in their 20's and 30's through engagement and communication strategies.

Millennials share characteristics that drive their behavior. As a manager, it's important to understand this mindset in order to help Millennial employees maximize job performance and work productivity. This program from HRDQ explores Millennial expectations, preferences and motivations in various capacities of the working environment and then shares the ways that managers can adapt their behavior to this growing segment of the workforce in order to leverage their unique skillset.

"This program will help managers understand the influences that shape millennials' workplace habits and preferences," said Bradford Glaser, President and CEO of HRDQ. "It is an essential tool for those looking on improving intergenerational relationships in the workplace."

The classroom version includes an instructor guide, participant guide, slideshow presentation, course overview, learning summary and course evaluation. The program should take about four hours or a half-day to complete. It is recommended for managers who supervise Millennials and anyone who works with Millennial-age employees.

ABOUT HRDQ

HRDQ has been a trusted developer and publisher of experiential learning resources for more than 40 years. Its experts have improved the performances of individuals, teams, and organizations through innovative research-based training materials that hone essential soft-skills such as communication, team building and leadership.

 

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