Today’s leaders are usually leading 4 generations of employees each with very different needs and motivations. Most managers spend a large of their time trying to figure out how to get people working in harmony.
The tactic often used by many managers is to blame the young generation for not being like the older generation, yielding less than stellar outcomes. Successful results are possible once people understand what motivates each group. Once each group begins to respect the unique talents of the others, high levels of achievement follow quickly.
Join us to hear Josep Elias, General Manager of ADP Philippines, describe how to lead a Multi-Generational Workforce and transform your organization to one of trust and maximum business value.
To register to this event please visit www.asia-ceo.org or you may call the secretariat at 02 8224129
The issues and concerns facing real estate seem overwhelming and contradictory:
+ Does anybody really think BPO can continue to drive growth in office, retail and condo construction?
+ Is tourism development finally becoming an engine of growth or will it always be just another lost opportunity?
+ At what point will infrastructure deficiencies crush Metro Manila and halt economic growth for the entire nation?
+ Is it true that Philippines is actually considered a real estate powerhouse in Asia?
+ Will the ASEAN free market be more bad than good for Philippines?
+ Isn’t Metro Manila already saturated with shopping malls and condo towers?
+ Do the negatives of the casino industry outweigh the positives of tourism development?
Chris oversees operations in Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam. Chris also sits on the Asia Pacific Executive Committee. Jones Lang LaSalle Asia Pacific employs 20,800 employees in 77 offices in 13 countries across the region.
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