PMI Coastal Bend Chapter

Getting the Project Done: Understanding and Engaging Different Generations at Work

Getting the Project Done: Understanding and Engaging Different Generations at Work

Getting the Project Done: Understanding and  Engaging Different Generations at Work

Getting the Project Done: Understanding and  Engaging Different Generations at Work

Understanding and respecting generational differences involves becoming more aware of perceptions –  both theirs and yours – and getting curious about the differences so that you can be a better communicator. An understanding of what occurred in a generation’s formative years sheds light on their values and perspectives. This knowledge helps you get beyond stereo-typical annoyances, to becoming more effective on the people side of managing projects.

In this program you will:

  1. Gain an understanding of the differences between the generations at work – in values, priorities, and behaviors -from the Baby Boomers to Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z.
  2. Explore how your perceptions can affect your assumptions about the people you work with, and how those assumptions can affect your results
  3. Work together to provide generational “tips” on being more effective when working with Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials.

Amy Hart:

Amy Hart, owner of Hart Training Connection, worked for 20 + years in Marketing and Training as a Training Director in the insurance and financial services industries prior to opening her own business in 2011.  She works with organizations to build stronger relationships between their leaders, employees, and customers through communication skills and leadership development programs.   Amy has been an award-winning faculty member of two of Shell’s leadership development programs since 2015 and is certified in Everything DiSC Management, Signature Leadership and Signature Service (from Jill Hickman Companies) and is an espeaker certified virtual presenter.  She has a BA, with high honors, from the University of Texas and is a past president of the Association of Talent Development Houston Chapter. In addition, Amy recently began partnering with her husband, psychotherapist Mark Groblewski, LCSW to offer personal development virtual workshops to couples, singles, and families on building stronger relationships and communication skills.

Event Properties

Event Date 10-20-2020 11:30 am
Event End Date 10-20-2020 12:30 pm
Individual Price Free