Staying Power: How to Bridge Generation Gaps To Keep People Longer

On-Demand Webinars: Staying Power: How to Bridge Generation Gaps To Keep People Longer

Staying Power: How to Bridge Generation Gaps To Keep People Longer

Quality of LifeStaff EfficiencyExecutive Edition

Recorded on: 05/04/2021

Tired of hearing generational programs that list off mind-numbing statistics? You’ll love our award-winning unique approach to bridging today’s generational gaps! Our real-life first-hand stories about the real issues on the T.A.B.L.E. (technology, authority, balance, loyalty, and entitlement) fuel an eye-opening discussion about today’s changing workplace that will shift your mindset about those you work with. A stronger culture means less turnover and high quality of care for residents. Join Workforce Strategist from Magnet Culture, Cara Silletto as she dives into how the resident engagement department plays a role in reducing employee turnover by connecting team members with the “why”.

Participants who join this webinar will be able to:

  • Define the updated generational cohorts and why their definitions of “professionalism” vary.
  • Uncover exactly why today’s new workforce thinks and acts so differently in the workplace than previous generations.
  • Learn how the resident engagement department can improve relationships and retention.

Cara Silletto
Workforce Strategist, Magnet Culture

Cara Silletto, MBA, CSP, is a workforce thought leader, author, speaker and the president of Magnet Culture, a firm committed to reducing unnecessary employee turnover by bridging generational gaps and making leaders more effective in their roles.

Workforce Magazine named Cara a “Game Changer” and listed her in their “Top 10 Company Culture Experts to Watch.” She’s a 2018 Forty Under 40 recipient in Louisville, KY, and she’s been quoted in Forbes, HuffPost, The Boston Globe, and many more outlets. She is also the author of the book, “Staying Power: Why Your Employees Leave & How to Keep Them Longer.” Cara began her career in long-term care working at the Indiana Health Care Association and now conducts 50-100 workforce programs annually with more than half of her clients in the senior care field.

Charles de Vilmorin
Linked Senior

Charles de Vilmorin is the co-founder and CEO of Linked Senior. He is passionate about honoring the older adult in our society. From his master’s thesis on nursing homes and memory care, to his close connections with the older adults in his family, to creating and leading Linked Senior, a resident engagement platform for senior living, he is an advocate for the person-centered movement. With Linked Senior, he has more than twelve years of experience building solutions that value meaningful engagement to meet the changing needs and preferences of every older adult. Charles is on the board of the Validation Training Institute that promotes the Validation Method, work of Naomi Feil and on the Innovation Council for AMDA, the American Medical Doctor Association. He also started the Old People are Cool initiative to combat rampant ageism in our society and build intergenerational conversations and collaboration.