Today’s museum workplace is evolving, as five generations collaborate (or collide), as supervisors or direct reports, on project- and team-based initiatives across our institutions. Join this lively conversation as we explore the various generations in the workforce today (traditionalists, baby boomers, genX, millennials, and gen2020), what characterizes them, what myths and truths are associated with each, and how we might address issues and concerns as we all learn to get along – and succeed – at work.
Who Should Attend
This webinar will benefit anyone working in museums, especially supervisors, team leaders, and HR staff.
How Will I Benefit?
After participating in the program, attendees will be better able to:
- Identify the five generations in the workforce today
- Communicate more effectively with, respond to, and work across generations
- Plan for the future by strategically addressing issues and concerns now
- Elizabeth Isele, founder and CEO, GIEE (Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship), SavvySeniorsWork, and CyberSeniors.org
- Samuel Moore, online communications coordinator, Missouri History Museum, St. Louis
- Marsha L. Semmel, principal, Marsha Semmel Consulting, Arlington, VA
- Greg Stevens, director, professional development, American Alliance of Museums
Visit the American Alliance of Museum’s website to RSVP for this Webinar Watch & Talk event.
Webinar Watch & Talk
Watch and talk events consist of:
- 30 minutes of pre-webcast networking
- 90-minute live webcast
- 60 minutes of post-webcast facilitated discussion or activity.
There is no fee for attending a local Webinar Watch & Talk event.