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3 Keys for Making Intergenerational Partnerships Work

Representing the largest generation in the US labor market, Millennials are joining organizations with the expectation of flexible workdays, meaningful work, shortened tenure and ample leadership opportunities. This wave of work is an often stark difference to older generations’ values and ways of work.

During this interactive session, participants will explore the 3 Keys to navigating generational differences that, when leveraged, can accelerate individual, team and organizational results.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Partnership strengthening strategies that consider the intersectionality of generational differences with other differences that make a difference in today’s workplace (race, skin color, religion, disability, nationality, etc.)
  • Tools and strategies that will inspire Millennial leaders.
  • Sponsorship strategies that develop organizational stakeholders of all ages by leveraging the later generations’ wisdom and knowledge while cultivating millennials’ innovation and creativity.
  • Strategies to give and receive solution-focused feedback across generations. 

Join Julie Bush and Corey Jamison on Monday, 30 April 2018 at the 2018 Tri-State SHRM Conference for this engaging session. 

Earlier Event: December 8
Women In Healthcare Leadership Summit