129 Leading Across Generations

129 Leading Across Generations

Juggling a workforce with teens to seniors – leadership for everyone
129 Leading Across Generations

For the first time in history, we find ourselves working with people from five generations.  In today’s workplace, we have to understand, communicate and interact with people from different eras, different values and habits, and fundamentally different ideas about life! This class focuses on understanding and practicing how to integrate deeper generational insights into practice.  Participants do self-assessments of their eras and their own values.  They profile their work environments to discern the complexity of the generational mix. Most importantly they learn a unique set of skills and processes to employ when encountering people whose values, habits and business practices may be at odds with their own. This workshop provides participants skills to blend generations to get the best from everyone.

Instructor: Galia Cohen, Ph.D., is department head and assistant professor in the Department of Public Administration at Tarleton State University, Texas. She specializes in organizational behavior and development and has extensive experience teaching, training, and consulting in the public sector. 

5/23/2024 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Information Technology Department Conference Center 1590 Moffett Street Salinas, CA 93905
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