PDG - “OK Boomers:” Minding the Generation Gap with Millennials and Generation Z
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Approval Pending for 1 SHRM and 1 HRCI General Credit. Please note no meal will be served, however, you are welcome to bring your own.

 Export to Your Calendar 2/25/2020
When: Tuesday, February 25, 2020
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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Eloise May Library
1471 S Parker Rd.
Denver, Colorado  80231
United States


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“OK Boomers:” Minding the Generation Gap with Millennials and Generation Z

 


Session Description

“OK Boomer” is a catch phrase that became an internet meme that gained popularity among younger cohorts from 2019, used to dismiss or mock attitudes stereo-typically attributed to the baby boomer generation.  This program will dive deep and take a look at the interface of Boomers, Millennials and Gen Z.  Strategies for understanding and how to handle possible misconceptions will be offered.  This will be an interaction program which will include experiential exercises. 

Objectives:
1. “Talkin' About My Generation!”  Understand the profile of The Boomer, Millennial and Gen Z.  
2. Tensions and misperceptions: Crossing the Generation Divide  
3. What are You Going To Do for Me?  Recognize what matters most to each generation  
4. Identify How to Manage the Generations   
5. What are the Popular myths about the generations

 

Speaker

Audrey Nelson Ph.D

Audrey Nelson, PhD., is an international trainer, key-note speaker; author and consultant who helps organizations increase their productivity and profitability through winning communication strategies.  She specializes in gender communication, conflict management, generational and interpersonal communication skills. She holds a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in Communication.  Audrey is a published author. Her first book, You Don’t Say: Navigating Nonverbal Communication between the Sexes (Prentice Hall, 2004) was published in six languages.  She also co-authored Code Switching: How to Talk so Men will Listen (Penguin-Alpha Books, 2009) and The Gender Communication Handbook: Conquering Conversational Collisions Between Men and Women (Pfeiffer 2012).  Audrey is the gender communication blogger for Psychology Today. 

 

PENDING APPROVAL FOR 1 SHRM and 1 HRCI General Credit.

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