Managing Millennials: Understanding Generational Culture in Management
with Dr. Elisabeth (Betsy) Nesbit Wagner
Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, and Millennials represent different cultures, not just different age groups, within the workforce. Understanding how each generation sees leadership, money, work, family, and communication is critical for effective inter-generational engagement. If you oversee teams made up of individuals from different generations, this webinar will offer practical, research-based, insights into how to bridge "the generation gap." The webinar will include both instruction, and a time for questions and dialogue.
Dr. Elisabeth (Betsy) Nesbit Wagner has spent over 15 years researching, consulting, speaking, and writing on the topic of generational differences. Having studied and taught overseas, Betsy brought her love of culture into her research specifically focusing on understanding how generational membership influences the development of culture as expressed in one’s values, beliefs, and worldviews. Her speaking and consulting opportunities have included Fortune 500 businesses, non-profits, government and military organizations, and churches on topics of generational differences, identity development, and authentic living. Dr. Wagner received her PhD in Counselor Education & Supervision from the University of Arkansas, her MA in Community Counseling from Denver Seminary, and her BA in Interpersonal Communication from the University of Northern Iowa. Betsy has co-authored a book with Dr. Craig Blomberg titled, “Effective Generational Ministry” and another with Drs. Heather & Fred Gingrich titled, “Skills for Effective Counseling.” Betsy previously served as the Curriculum Designer and Academic Director of the Counseling Division at Denver Seminary, and is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor in Denver, CO. www.ElisabethNesbit.com
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