Thursday, February 28, 2019 (11am - 12am US/Central)
Generational divides in the workplace are not new. The four generations most commonly represented in our workplaces are Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z. Unsurprisingly, communication styles, personal values, and expectations about work and life vary widely in the multi-generational workplace. This webinar will explore how to best synergize these disparate groups whose generation is defined by everything from the assassination of JFK to the 2009 market meltdown. Participants will also explore how to maximize generational diversity for workplace success within organizations.
Learn how to:
• identify the general attitudes/values/markers of generational groups
• identify workplace scenarios that illicit disparate responses/actions based on generational classifications
• improve cross-generational teamwork and maximize the talents/preferences of team members
Ashley Krenelka Chase
Associate Director of the Hand Law Library, Stetson University, College of Law
Chase, a self-described Oregon Trail Generation millennial, wrote a chapter in Millennial Leadership about recruiting millennial leaders. She is also Adjunct Professor of Law and Coordinator of Legal Practice Technology at Stetson. Ashley co-wrote an article about leadership, management and professional development in a 2015 AALL Spectrum article. Ashley is a member of the Emerging Leader Award Jury and is a past AALL Leadership Academy Fellow.
Faculty Services Librarian
North Carolina Central University, School of Law Library
Registration Fees:These fees are available through 02/25/2019
|Site Registration- Non-Member||$150.00||
|Site Registration - Member||$125.00||