The Generational Advantage
Virtual Training Session
With Jessica Stollings
Generational conflict is thing. You get it. With four generations collaborating in the workforce, you’ve likely felt the tension first-hand. But what if you could leverage generational differences as assets to strengthen your team or organization? In this enlightening and practical training, Jessica Stollings will provide you with a framework for recognizing and harnessing the strengths of all generations to drive innovation, increase productivity, and achieve better business outcomes in a multi-generational work environment.
Find out what they didn't cover in that corporate training video at our upcoming virtual workshop.
• Generations in the workplace
• Conflict management
• Conscious and unconscious bias
• Diversity and inclusion
In this session, you’ll learn how to:
• Identify and diffuse generational conflict
• Evaluate and shift bias to see self and others in a more positive light
• Pivot generational friction into opportunity
• Benefit from the generational diversity in your workforce
Jessica Stollings is an internationally recognized author, speaker, and President of ReGenerations, an organization uniting generations to build a better future.
Jessica's passion (besides coffee and dark chocolate) is facilitating clear understanding and communication between the newest batch of high school and college students and the generation of parents and grandparents already in the office. Leaders across the country have built solutions around her ideas.
Incepted in 2015, the female focused, expert led series is geared to empower women at all levels of their career. Through dynamic presentations, networking, and interactive training, Emerge builds upon the strengths and talents women already possess.
Workshops are held quarterly with the spring and fall sessions in-person and the summer and winter session available as online virtual trainings. Each Emerge session offers inspiring, accomplished speakers that promise immediately applicable takeaways.