How might you balance a team to harness the best of what each generation has to offer while also accounting for potential blind spots of that generation?
A generationally-diverse workforce offers a broad set of skills and experience, but presents unique challenge: each age demographic has their their own work styles, ap
proaches, and mindsets.
If you lead a generationally-diverse team, you’ll benefit from this panel discussion, which includes voices of Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Generation Z.
Dana Walter will host this panel discussion, which includes Noel Holmes, Anita Barraco, William Ntim, and Sean Sullivan.
For the first time in history, the modern-day workforce will see 4-5 different generations interacting on projects. Imagine the communication and collaboration challenges and opportunities. In the near future, we will see a Gen Z worker providing reverse-mentoring to a Baby Boomer. Millennial bosses will have to manage Gen X workers, who have different role trends.
In this panel, Dana Walter has gathered together designers from several different generations to moderate a discussion on how people can work better together. You will hear from someone just starting their career to a manager with over 4 decades of design experience. It will be a lively discussion with plenty of time to answer your burning questions.
You’ll have an opportunity to ask question to this panel of diverse voices and learn how to have better intergenerational collaboration.