10 June 2014
Centre for Executive Education (CEE Global) has successfully delivered a series of Learn@Tea Sessions for nearly 100 staff of Changi Airport Group (CAG) on the theme ““Developing Multigenerational Team Effectiveness@CAG”” with over 95% of the participants rating the sessions as either “Excellent” or “Good”.
CAG conducts regularly ongoing Learn@Tea sessions to provide the opportunity for their employees to develop themselves professionally by keeping abreast of contemporary knowledge and skills related to effective communication and relationship building/bonding which will results in team engagement towards serving CAG partners effectively.
These highly interactive, informative and practical sessions provided CAG participants with a deeper understanding of what the generational differences are, how those differences impact their own perception and communication style, as well as on intra and inter team effectiveness within CAG to create an organisational climate which is more harmonious, productive and mutually respectful to both colleagues and external partners.
This session included research findings on how to engage a multi-generational workforce, and how best to leverage on the strengths that each generation of employees bring to the table to create real value to the CAG partners and the organisation as a whole.
An intensely practical and insightful session designed for Staff at all levels (individual contributors, supervisors, team leaders and managers) from all functional roles with the view to develop their understanding of emotionally intelligence towards developing relationships in multigenerational workforce context leading towards organisational success and sustaining their own employee engagement and productivity.
For details on the Testimonial from CAG and other clients on Executive Briefing Sessions on Multigenerational Workforce related themes, please visit here.
CEE Global has over the years published several articles related to the theme on “Leading and Engaging a Multigenerational Workforce”, copies of which could be viewed here.