Module: Cross- Generational Communication



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Start: October 9, 2017 5:30 PM

End: 7:30 PM

Organizer: Haley Carlson

Phone: N/A

Email: haley.m.carlson3@gmail.com

Venue: University Center for the Arts, Room 142

Address: 1400 Remington Street, Fort Collins, Colorado 80524


Lea Hanson, PhD.
Assistant Professor at CSU’s School of Education

Lea.hanson@colostate.edu

UCA 142

There are currently four generations in the workforce: Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and the Veterans. Each generation has unique characteristics. Unfortunately those differences are too often made negative and make working together feel like a challenge. Each generation’s world view affects how much the group as a whole learns, processes, and reacts to information. These varying world views can also effect leadership styles and behaviors in the workplace. This course provides a forum to learn about and discuss different world views, in this case due to generational identity, and how they have the ability to impact leadership style, supervisory style, how individuals react to their supervisor, level of performance, and things as simple (yet complex) as an employee’s general feeling of happiness in the workplace.