Leading Five Generations in the Workplace

This workshop will lead participants through a journey of understanding the impact of the aging population, and how to create a workplace that will attract and retain a winning team.

Event Details

Jointly Presented By:

CPHR New Brunswick

Location and date:
Bathurst November 7, 2019 - 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. AST
Saint John November 26, 2019 - 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. AST

Today it's commonplace for five generations to be working side by side within an organization. This recent phenomenon is contributing to the newest and probably most significant workplace challenge for today's leaders.

Research shows that bridging the generation gap leads to a more productive and happy work environment. Managing a specific generation (e.g., the Millennials) is no longer enough. It is now critical for a leader to understand, manage, and communicate cogently across all ages.

As New-Brunswick's population continues to age, those left in the workforce will be faced with challenges never seen before.

Eddie LeMoine will lead participants on a journey of understanding the impact of the aging population and how to create a workplace that will attract and retain a winning team. You will discover how to work across five generations, in a multicultural and diverse workforce.

The deadline to register is seven days prior to the selected event.

Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.

$50.00 (breakfast included)

3.50 CPD hour(s)
Pricing & registration

Topics include:

  • How the retiring baby-boom cohort will impact workplace
  • How to communicate effectively with all generations
  • Unique characteristics & motivations to each generation
  • Working effectively with generations other than your own
  • What the key motivators are for each generation
  • The “Curtain call” retaining workers after retirement age
  • Why the biggest competition will be for human resources
  • How to relate to clients from all generations
  • Harness the expertise of long-term employees
  • Successful attraction, engagement, and retention of workers
  • The cost and impact of losing an employee
  • How to keep people in the workforce
  • Interpret future trends and their impact on your organization
  • Improve productivity
  • Contain cost

More Details:

Venue[s] and Accommodation[s]


Atlantic Host
1450 Vanier Blvd, Bathurst, NB E2A 7B7
t.:(506) 548-3335

Welcome to the Atlantic Host Hotel!

Our independently owned 4-star Canada Select-rated property proudly offers modern comforts, full-service amenities and a bilingual staff dedicated to providing you with quality service and warm hospitality – it’s what we’re known for.

Located along the banks of the picturesque Tetagouche River, we’re close to walking and snowmobiling trails, and minutes away from beaches, golf courses, shopping, and the Bathurst Regional Airport. Our elegant yet friendly atmosphere has made our hotel a home away from home for travelers since 1979, and we look forward to welcoming you upon your next stay.

Hilton Saint John
1 Market Square, Saint John, New Brunswick E2L 4Z6
t.:(506) 693-8484

Kennebecassi I/II Rooms


Please contact:

Renée Dupuis-Leon, Coordinator, Professional Development and Member Events
Tel: (506) 830-3300
Email: rdupuisleon@cpanewbrunswick.ca