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Generational Unity at Work
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When: Thursday, December 20
1:00 - 2:00 pm ET
Where: United States

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Title: Generational Unity at Work



 In a time when the world seems so divided, it's more important than ever to keep multi-generational workplaces connected and working effectively. Attend this webinar to explore the strengths of each generation in your workplace now, and how to engage each employee in the ways that work for them. The speaker will discuss actionable tips on how to best utilize all employees' strengths and connect with each other on a regular basis, and maintain unity amongst the 5 generations currently in the workplace. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize significant behavioral and working differences and traits of employees and staff members of different generations.
  • Understand other, and your own, generations on a deeper and more strategic level to better communicate and work with everyone.
  • Design new workplace systems and structures to better accommodate members of all generations.
  • Effectively manage employees of all generations, with a greater understanding of their strengths, weaknesses, preferences, and patterns of thinking.
  • Facilitate conversations amongst staff and employees regarding generational differences and how to overcome them for increased effectiveness at work.


This webinar is part of our 2018 E-Learning Series. This webinar and the complete series is free for AAOE members. This webinar is $69 for state society members ($99 for non-members), and the series is $828 for state society members ($1,188 for non-members). Learn more about the series.


Meet the Speaker:


Caitlin Crommett

Caitlin Crommett is a recent graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and a speaker on generations in the workplace with a specific focus on Millennials. Her interest in generations began at age 15, when she started a foundation called DreamCatchers, which serves to fulfill the final Dreams of hospice patients, those with 6 months or less to live. The chapters are run by high school and college-age students, who in turn fulfill Dreams of typically-elderly hospice patients, a connection between generations not made very often in today's world. This sparked her passion for facilitating greater connection and communication between all generations, in the workplace and in the world.

Crommett published a book in 2016 called How to Attract Millennials to Your Workplace: And Actually Keep Us!, focusing on new techniques and strategies for engaging Millennial employees and volunteers, and has been a guest writer and  “generational expert” on several websites and blogs.


Crommett has spoken across the country spreading the DreamCatchers mission and more recently on generations in the workplace, with the hopes of creating a more connected world.





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