03 Jun 2021| Online

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Thursday, 3rd June 2021 | Online

With five generations currently active in the workforce, differing motivations, value systems, skillsets, experiences, and attitudes to work can present considerable challenges.

However, multigenerational teams and workforces also present significant opportunities to share knowledge and capitalise on multiple strengths and insights. Furthermore, with the ageing population increasing and remaining in work, effective age management is key to future-proofing your business and avoiding a critical skills gap.

Join us for ‘Managing a Multigenerational Workforce’, to receive expert guidance on fostering cross-generational cooperation and supporting employees at all stages of their lives and careers. You will come away with crucial, actionable insight to harness the power of multiple ages, skillsets and experiences.

On-demand video recordings of each session will be made available to delegates following the event. 

Click here to view the full agenda
Why attend? 
  • Learn how to foster cross-generational cooperation and supporting employees at all stages of their lives and careers
  • Bring new, innovative ideas around supporting employees from multiple generations and age-groups back to your organisation, with the insight needed to put them into practice 
  • Receive coaching and guidance on maximising your team's skills and potential 
  • Earn a CPD certificate for your personal progression
  • Enjoy an opportunity to network with expert speakers and fellow colleagues 
  • Receive on-demand video recordings and speaker presentations for your reference after the event
Who should attend? 

Line managers, HR professionals and senior managers with an interest in supporting multiple generations in their organisations.


Public Sector rate: 1 Place £195 (+VAT) | 4+ Places £150 each (+VAT)
Corporate rate: 1 Place £395 (+VAT)
Charity rate: 1 Place £145 (+VAT)

Registrations can be made online here

For enquiries or to request a booking form, please contact conference.admin@dodsgroup.com.


Please find the event agenda below:

Welcome from Dods D&I

Kiren Kaur, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, Dods D&I

Chair's Opening Remarks
Full House: Why the multigenerational workforce is everyone’s business
  • The 5 Working Generations and their associated working patterns and priorities
  • Key challenges and opportunities of a multigenerational workforce
  • Plugging the skills gap: the business case for effective age management and succession planning

SPEAKER: Patrick Thomson, Senior Programme Manager – Fulfilling Work, Centre for Ageing Better

Comfort Break
Lightning Session:
Data Driven: Harnessing data to improve business and age management
  • Understanding your workplace demographics and employees’ motivations
  • Using a staff and skills audit to succession plan and future-proof your business  
  • Identifying which aspects of your organisation help and hinder age-diversity
Comfort Break
Agile management: Providing career and role evolution over time
  • Tailoring roles and incentive plans to suit workers at different career and life stages
  • Flexible working and transitional retirement: accommodating changing needs
  • Lifelong learning: ensuring development, progression and recruitment at all ages
Break for Lunch
Panel Discussion:
Bridging the Generational Gap: Enabling collaborative cross-generational working
  • Guidance for supporting young managers with older staff
  • Reverse mentoring: initiating cross-generational knowledge sharing
  • Understanding generational styles of working and adapting management style accordingly
  • Mixed-aged teams: supporting mutual understanding
Comfort Break
Valuing assets: creating a positive working culture that values staff at all life stages
  • Tackling ageism against both younger and older staff
  • Harnessing the power of multiple ages, skillsets and experiences
  • Leveraging company values and mission to foster cross-generational cohesion
Chair's Closing Remarks
Event Close