This workshop will give you an overview of different generations, leaving you with some golden nuggets to apply and connect with each generation!
Leaders have identified divided teams who communicate differently, value different priorities, and have different definitions of work ethic and excellence. For the first time in history, up to five generations find themselves working alongside one another in a typical company. This workshop will help you understand who are today's clashing generations and how to help teams collaborate not collide, and enable you to understand, empathize with, and leverage the strengths of, the various generations on your teams.
Anupama Kinatukara lives in New Jersey and is a certified DISC Trainer, Motivational Speaker, Leadership Coach, and a CDL Implementer.
Anupama lived in Belfast, Northern Ireland for 1.5 years working for British Telecom as an IT Analyst, and explored places in Europe before she moved to the USA for a brighter future. For the past 15+ years she has been in leadership roles leading teams across the globe at Fortune 500 companies (IBM, MetLife, TIAA, Horizon BCBSNJ). She is currently serving on the President's Advisory Council of the Maxwell Leadership Team on the Systems & Data Committee.
Anupama is an award-winning Toastmaster, and has been an International Keynote Speaker at various organizations, including PMI Chapters in the U.S., Singapore, Ireland & others, and Rotary Clubs across the globe. She volunteers her time at the Project Management chapter in New Jersey, at her church and in her community. She is a mom of 3 and a committed individual who is passionate about servant leadership & developing leaders around her.
Virtual Meeting (Zoom)
Free for PMI Westchester Chapter members
$10 for non-members
Payments must be made in advance by PayPal/credit card, or by check (payable to PMI Westchester).
Credit card payments can be made through PayPal without the need for a PayPal account.
Pre-registration is required.
Registration will close Monday, 27 Feb 2023, at 11:59 p.m.