Weekly Program 12/2/18 – Navigating the Multi-generational Workplace

The programs for the month of December were chosen by our Rotary e-Club Past President, Kim Engle from Amherst, Ohio. 

This weeks program:

Navigating the Multi-generational Workplace | Leah Georges

(Published on May 30, 2018)
Leah Georges’ research—the multi-generational workforce—sheds light on a first in America’s history: four generations interacting in a workplace, with the Gen Z group coming soon. Leah Georges’ research—the multi-generational workforce—sheds light on a first in America’s history: four generations interacting in a workplace, with the Gen Z group coming soon. Georges presents on generational perspectives, millennial leadership and the power of followership locally and nationally. As an assistant professor in the Graduate School, she advises students in research methods and dissertation design in the Interdisciplinary EdD Program in Leadership.

An alumna of Creighton’s undergraduate program in psychology, Georges has published on topics pertaining to emotion and jury decision-making, drug and mental health courts and best practices in graduate teaching and learning. She earned a selective spot in the Greater Omaha Area Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Omaha Program in 2015. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

 

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