WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The widest age range of employees in history now exist and many companies are ignoring a large section of diversity in the workplace - age.
Multigeneration teams enable older employees to leverage their decades of experience and share their knowledge, and younger workers to "reverse mentor" by advising an older coworker of advancements that enhance job performance. But managing a five generation workforce brings with it a complicated set of challenges and benefits that are are forcing leaders and managers to evolve their approach and reframe what a strong team looks like.
Join Technology Association of Oregon and Point B for a Lunch & Learn on Wednesday, November 20th from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm as we discuss how to manage across generations. Attendees will leave with best practices for harnessing the broader set of experiences of a diverse team, and advance on how to help them thrive by utilizing their generational differences.
|Julie Smith | Principal & Owner | Point B|
|Susan Garriety | Senior Associate & Owner | Point B|
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Executives, VPs, Directors, and Managers interested in building diverse and inclusive workplaces.
ABOUT POINT B
PointB helps clients realize their visions, from integrating acquisitions and launching new products to developing new medical centers and helping start-ups accelerate their growth. Over the 20+ years that they've been leading complex initiatives, what we've learned is that change is hard for our clients when trying to run and transform their business at the same time. They benefit from the practical approach to change and the focus on outcomes that Point B delivers. They bring in right-sized, agile teams that know how to work alongside existing teams, within their culture. And when they leave, client teams are armed with new knowledge and the skills needed to move forward.