Learn How to Conquer the Generational Divide and Build Successful Teams
Presented by Jen Shirkani
Recorded on: Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Today, organizational leaders are experiencing a unique challenge — how to effectively manage teams comprised of employees from four different generations. These generations, often referred to as Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation X and Millenials, have very different values, attitudes and work styles.
Jen Shirkani shares examples from her 20+ years as a learning and development specialist and executive coach to her speaking events, bringing relevant and practical examples to life. She is as comfortable speaking at large venues as she is with intimate groups for a corporate retreat. As a sought-after speaker, she provides insight into human dynamics in a humorous and engaging way. Her topics often include Emotional Intelligence presented from a leadership perspective filled with practical strategies and immediately useable tips. Jen has worked with organizations from the Fortune 50 ($40B) to family-owned entities specializing in the application of Emotional Intelligence. She holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership.
She is certified in several assessments and has been educated in personality styles, motivation theory, development coaching, principles of adult learning, and the stages of human development. She is certified in multiple assessments and has administered over 1,000 Emotional Intelligence assessments to employees in organizations across the United States. She is also the co-author and self-publisher of a training video called Investigating EQ that defines Emotional Intelligence and shows examples of the application of 10 key EI skills through workplace examples.
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