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Women Connect Workshop: Lead & Work Across Generations

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July 11, 2024 | 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. | All Access Virtual

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Women Connect Workshop: Lead & Work Across Generations

Strategies to Connect and Engage a Multi-Generational Workforce

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52% of workers say they’re least likely to get along with someone from another generation. And 62% of Generation Z (the generation after Millennials) anticipate challenges working with Baby Boomers and Generation X.

Since Millennials and Generation Z became the majority of the labor force, the generational gap has never been wider as each generation has a varying perspective of work, leadership, communication, success, and technology. However, a generationally diverse workforce is crucial for thriving in today’s high-flux and disruption-prone marketplace.

A multigenerational workforce can create stifling challenges or bottomline-boosting advantages. Ryan brings market-leading insight to help your organization and leaders close the generational gap and improve communication, teamwork, retention, and more. 


  • Awareness of the generational gap and why it exists
  • Perspectives of each generation's varying views of work, leadership, and communication
  • Strategies that are proven and actionable to close the generational gap at work
  • Ability to work, communicate, and lead across generations

Ryan Jenkins Header Image.jpgRyan Jenkins, CSP is a Wall Street Journal bestselling leadership author on the topics of team connection, generational differences, and the future of work. His latest book is Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In. Ryan’s thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Fortune, and CNBC. For over a decade as a speaker and consultant, he has helped hundreds of the world’s leading organizations like Salesforce, Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, State Farm, and John Deere. He is also Partner at WorkRivet.com, a technology platform that facilitates meaningful one-on-one connections across multi-generational teams. Ryan lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, three children, and yellow Labrador.

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