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Bridging the Generation Gap

With more generations in the workforce than ever before, managers are finding distinct characteristics and challenges in each group. A good manager needs to find the best way to tap into the positives and passions of each generation to bring out the best in everyone. Join Jennifer Parsick for this informative webinar.

12/17/2015
When: 12/17/15
2:00 PM until 3:00 PM
Where: Online
Presenter: Jennifer Parsick
Contact: Racheal
513-751-4422 X10


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PCI Webinar with Jennifer Parsick

Bridging the Generation Gap

Thursday, December 17 from 2:00-3:00pm Eastern

Competency: Library Management

Sub-Category: Personnel Management, Staff Training and Development

With more generations in the workforce than ever before, managers are finding distinct characteristics and challenges in each group.  A good manager needs to find the best way to tap into the positives and passions of each generation to bring out the best in everyone.

In this one-hour interactive webinar, Jennifer Parsick, a 3 year manager with the Osceola Library System, will guide you through some of the general characteristics and unique challenges of working with each generation. Topics we’ll discuss include:

*      Managing the differences of the generations including (for example) flexibility versus the rule-loving and change tolerant versus change resistant

*      Working out the non-negotiables with the younger generation versus inspiring great customer service with the older generation

*      Encouraging mentor/mentee relationships (even informally) between generations

Join Jennifer for this practical and interactive webinar and let your managerial skills flourish.

Jennifer Parsick – Biography

Jennifer has been a manager with the Osceola Library System for three years.  She has taught all levels of patrons, from retired senior citizens through Stetson University’s Lifelong Learning Program, to a masters’ track library science class at Florida State University.  She has been published in the CSLP Summer Reading manual two years in a row, and presented at the 2014 Florida Library Association Annual Conference.

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