Anderson-davis, Inc. Releases “Working Across Generations” Online Course

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New eLearning course addresses generational diversity in the workplace, helps employees of all ages communicate, cooperate, and respect differences.

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Working Across Generations is a fine example of well-designed e-learning that fully engages participants in an enjoyable learning experience.

Anderson-davis, Inc., a trusted leader in the field of respectful workplace training, has released "Working Across Generations,” a new eLearning course addressing the issue of generational diversity in today’s workplace.

For the first time, four generations are working side-by-side. Accomplishing organizational goals depends upon workers from all generations having the ability to communicate, cooperate, and respect each other’s differences.

The “Working Across Generations” online course provides effective methodologies for resolving generational workplace conflict and increasing employee productivity. Realistic full-motion video scenarios illustrate real incidents that engage the learner. A comprehensive post-assessment verifies that all participants have a thorough understanding of cross-generational communication techniques and associated management skills.

This latest addition to the Anderson-davis eLearning library has already earned a four-star “Outstanding” rating and a “Best Product” award from Training Media Review. In their words, “Working Across Generations is a fine example of well-designed e-learning that fully engages participants in an enjoyable learning experience.”

Anderson-davis, Inc. has been a leader in the areas of harassment compliance, harassment investigations, and respectful workplace training for more than 28 years. During that time, ADI has trained hundreds of thousands of employees and produced award-winning video programs and eLearning courses, always delivering consistent instructional excellence.

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