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Collaborating in a Multigenerational Environment

Thursday, November 21, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Warren Wright, CEO, Second Wave Learning

Each generation brings its own unique gifts to the workplace, but those gifts are often perceived as challenges. In fact, 72% of employees agree that generational differences can be seen as a challenge. Additionally, the values of younger generations, which serve the basis of how we will work in the future, are often in conflict with current work values. Often times we fall victim of generational implicit bias and it is our responsibility to create awareness to minimize these biases and promote an engaged workforce with strong bonds and trust between team members. In this webinar you will learn:

  • The future of work
  • Characteristics of each generation
  • Generational bias, how to identify them and create awareness
  • How to create and promote effective intergenerational collaboration 

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Presenter

Warren Wright
Warren Wright

CEO, Second Wave Learning

Warren started Second Wave Learning to help Second Wave Millennials (aka “Gen Z”) become ready for the workplace, and help employees of all generations collaborate more effectively. Warren began his career in radio and television advertising, explaining Nielsen and Arbitron audience measurement demographics to executives. In 1997, he started a company called jobfinder.com with two friends, which they sold in 2000. After the sale, he joined Gallup, where he became Managing Partner, running their largest division, using polling and demographic data to better understand the influence of human behavior on leadership and business outcomes. In 2011, he became partners with renowned author and demographer Neil Howe, who coined the term, “Millennials”. Warren has been in the generations business ever since—first, with Howe, and later with his own training company, Coaching Millennials. Warren provides the vision, direction, and inspiration for Second Wave Learning.