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Leading through Conflict in a Multigenerational Workplace
Today’s workplaces are more age diverse than they have ever been. As a result of this, many managers report that they have a hard time leading age diverse teams. Others report the prevalence of age-based conflict in their organizations. There are also many myths about generations in the workplace. This webinar is an attempt to dispel some of the misunderstanding of generational phenomena at work and suggest ways in which different generations can be influenced to work together in a positive manner to help achieve organizational goals. The purpose of session is to provide leaders with ideas to help make companies more age inclusive, to improve workplace satisfaction, and ultimately strengthen organizational cultures and overall performance.

Michael J. Urick, PhD, MBA, MS, SSGB, SHRM-CP is Graduate Director of the Master of Science in Management: Operational Excellence and Professor of Management and Operational Excellence at the Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics, and Government at Saint Vincent College (Latrobe, PA USA). Urick has authored or co-authored over fifty publications, many of which are related to linking pop culture to theories, leadership, and generational issues at work. He is an Associate Editor for Measuring Business Excellence and the Journal of Leadership and Management as well as the Series Editor for “Exploring Effective Leadership Practices through Popular Culture”.

Mar 10, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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