Generational Tension at Work – How, Why, and What You Can Do About It
In this Team Building Webinar Series session with Lindsay Boccardo, learn about generational differences and how, why, and what you can do about it. How you show up at work – in meetings, with your team, talking with your boss – is impacted directly by the generation in which you were raised. Your developmental psychology and your experiences with authority growing up have created the expectations you unconsciously hold, Learn what you can do to reduce tension and maximize talent in your organization.
It’s no surprise that there is more tension now than ever as four generations learn to co-exist in the workplace.
Gen Z, iGen, or Centennials: Born 1996 – TBD.
Millennials or Gen Y: Born 1977 – 1995.
Generation X: Born 1965 – 1976.
Baby Boomers: Born 1946 – 1964.
Traditionalists or Silent Generation: Born 1945 and before.
Pile on the effects of learning to work remotely, managing people from a distance, and general feelings of uncertainty in the world and you have a recipe for disaster. In order to create meaningful relationships and experiences at work, we have to focus on understanding and personal growth. Personal growth and personal satisfaction starts with your own self-awareness.
“The way that we view leadership is always changing. If you pull leadership from the past 100 years, you will see leadership used to be about authority, loyalty, and impressing the will of the leader on those being led. Now, leadership is really measured by your ability to transform a diverse group of humans into a cohesive, effective, and passionate team.“
Participating in different assessment trainings like DiSC™ training can help. What the DISC offers is that everyone can get a self-awareness “check” so that each employee has the ability to understand who they are, and allows you to build on the diverse strengths of your team. Learn more about the different tools you can use to reduce tension and maximize talent in your organization in this high-energy session, generational consultant Lindsay will guide you through the public perceptions of generations at work today. Listen to Lindsay answer the attendee’s personal questions towards the end of the session.
How do you promote gratitude and find positivity within your team?
USA Today’s Gratitude Guru, Chris Schembra, guides us through what it means to have An Attitude of Gratitude. Even at the highest levels of success, business leaders and their teams are lonely, isolated, and disconnected. By giving gratitude to the positive consequences, and out-weighing the negative, gratitude creates the framework that helps leaders build community, and strengthen relationships. Gratitude is short for great attitude!
What goes better together than hot chocolate and marshmallows? Hot chocolate, marshmallows, and a charcuterie board!
Here to celebrate Valentine’s Day with us, is Valentina Ruffoni hosting a Valentine’s Hot Chocolate Charcuterie Board Building Webinar Workshop. Gather your ingredients prior to, and join us to learn how to make one for your sweetheart, family, or company office!
How do you reach the impossible? The unobtainable?
Learn how passion, purpose, and profit come together, for omnipreneurship in the new year.
In this webinar with Hema Vyas, a renowned speaker, psychologist, and life leadership mentor, as she shares with us her experience and knowledge of omnipreneurship. As many of us reel from changes to work and life, we are seeing a greater emphasis on people and values-based qualities of leadership. In the evolving workplace, heart-based communication, honesty, and self-management are the key to success in business as well as in our own lives. Omnipreneurs see meaning and success as integral to one another and have the intention to positively impact people, purpose, and the planet.
Virtual presentations’ natural evolution requires us to continuously improve our content, delivery, and technology.
Chuck Reaves, CSP, CPAE, CSO, #1 Sales Expert, “Selling Virtually” and Motivational Keynote Speaker shares how large and small businesses benefit from Virtual Interactive Value-Added Sales (VIVA). Learn some of the primary differentiators that can set your messages apart and cause viewers to benefit more from your virtual interactions. With a dash of humor, Chuck discusses the technologies and processes for creating dynamic, professional, and effective virtual interactions. This session will end with a live Q&A where you and your colleagues can ask Chuck questions in the chat.
Even the best need a helping hand! Learn the eight steps you need to take to avoid burnout, improve work-life balance, and boost productivity. Daryl Woodhouse, an expert in helping leaders, entrepreneurs, and their teams, will inspire you through his heartfelt story of a very unexpected burnout, and what he did to turn his life around. In this virtual keynote session, discover what great mental fitness looks like, and how to get it with practical wellbeing and productivity activities.
In this Wellness Webinar with Steffi Black and Hema Vyas, they each share with us their experience and knowledge of why we need mental wellness more than ever and shifting into a new paradigm where leaders are able to set the tone for better wellbeing in the workplace.
We all face challenges and obstacles in pursuit of our personal and business dreams. For most of us, those are day to day frustrations to which we often attribute far more weight than we should. For others, like Amy Purdy, those obstacles can include a life-changing illness that nearly took her life and left her with two prosthetic legs as an everyday reminder of her near-death experience.
This self-proclaimed ‘Fembot’ shares her remarkable story, weaves in the themes of creativity, clarity, and commitment into an emotional rollercoaster of powerful storytelling that will take you from tears to cheers and redefine what it means to be inspired.