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For the first time in American history, we have four different generations working and volunteering side by side. Discover the key characteristics of these four generations and explore new strategies for making the most out of age diversity. What motivates each generation? What types of recognition resonate with each generation? What strategies can you put in place to avoid conflict between generations? Leave the webinar with tools they can begin to use immediately to help bridge the work place generation gap.
This archived webinar was originally presented March 18, 2015.
Running time: 1 hour, 2 minutes
Beth Steinhorn, president of JFFixler Group, is a nationally recognized leader, writer, and innovator in volunteer engagement and nonprofit management. Throughout her 25+ year career with nonprofit organizations, Beth has worked to help organizations achieve their missions through strategic and innovative engagement. She has served as a consultant, executive director, trainer, and program director, and has worked with museums, education agencies, faith-based organizations, health and human services organizations, animal welfare organizations, and volunteer centers. In addition to presenting at local and national conferences including the National Conference on Volunteering and Service and the Summit on Advanced Volunteer Engagement, Beth has edited and published many articles and books. She co-authored the book Boomer Volunteer Engagement: Facilitator’s Tool Kit and served as editor for the book Boomer Volunteer Engagement: Collaborate Today, Thrive Tomorrow. She is also a contributing author to CharityChannel's You and Your Nonprofit: Practical Advice and Tips from the CharityChannel Professional Community.
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