Maximizing Multi-Generational Teams
Does your nonprofit have staff or volunteers from multiple generations? Join us to learn how to maximize the talents of each generation.
- Review the generations and the historical events that shaped their values and preferred behaviors
- Identify specific friction or sticking points between generations and explore the reasons for the frustration
- Learn a strength-based approach to understanding the potential contributions to team effectiveness
- Share a communications model and technique for encouraging team problem-solving
Today's workforce is the first to encompass five generations working together. Given that each generation has been shaped by different historical events and social viewpoints, working across the generations can have friction points that hinder effectiveness and teamwork. This workshop will provide tools for increasing the communication among individuals, for reducing friction and frustration, and for creating stronger teams.
Executive Directors, Volunteer Managers, Human Resources staff, or any nonprofit staff that manage a multi-generational team
Bruncha Milaszewski is the principal consultant at LifeCrafters LLC. She has years of experience as an educator, trainer, coach and facilitator both in the United States and Western Asia. Bruncha is a subject matter expert on career issues, workforce and leadership development programs, and psychometric testing as it relates to talent management.
In addition to being a professional speaker and coach on career and work-life issues, Bruncha has over a decade of experience in higher education both as a program director and professional education trainer.
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