No. 08- Multi-generational workplace: How CTE programs can thrive in a multi-generational workplace!
In this episode, we explore how CTE programs can thrive in a multi-generational workplace, and we speak with Phyllis Weiss Haserot about how to organize cross-generational conversations to avoid conflict and create possibilities in a multigenerational workplace. Additional resources –PODCAST GENERATIONAL CHALLENGE ACTIVITY- EVENT INSTRUCTIONSPractice Development Counsel: Cross generational resources – http://www.pdcounsel.com/about-us/how-I-became-the-cross-generational-voice/Guest speaker profile –Phyllis Weiss Haserot promotes intergenerational workplace relationships to boost productivity, customer and employee attractiveness and retention, succession planning, and knowledge transfer. She founded Cross-Generational Conversation Day and Practice Development Counsel 25 years ago. Through seminars, conferences, webcasts, blogging, *Cross-Generational Conversation* forums, and monthly newsletters, Phyllis has become a "go-to" expert on workplace intergenerational challenges. She helps firms resolve complex challenges between generations by blending marketing, conflict resolution, and intergenerational workplace success. She's a pioneer in law firm marketing/business development and helps firms with retention, lateral integration, strategic marketing planning, flexibility, and collaboration. Phyllis is the author of "You Can't Google it! The Compelling Case for Cross-Generational Conversation at Work" and is a regular blogger on intergenerational issues for Forbes.com, Next Avenue, the Huffington Post, AccountingWEB, and the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute blog.To cite the podcast – M. Border & J. Matu (Hosts). (2022). Multi-generational workplace: How CTE programs can thrive in a multi-generation workplace (No. 08) [Audio podcast episode]. In Drive CTE with Penn State.