Presented by Dr. Amy Wallis
Baby boomers. Generations X and Y. Millennials. If you’re in business today, chances are you’re managing up to four generations of employees. While each age group brings to the workplace unique strengths and qualities that can be an operational asset, this diversity can also lead to misunderstanding, conflict and miscommunication if managed improperly.
In this follow-up webinar to last week's “Managing Across Cultures,” Wake Forest professor Amy B. Wallis will discuss generational differences and how these impact the work environment. She’ll also share new ways to bridge generations and honor the unique skills and perspectives each generation brings as a contributing team member to your business. This NGCOA webinar is being sponsored by
About the presenter:
Dr. Amy Wallis is a Full Professor of Practice in Organizational Behavior at the Wake Forest University School of Business, and is also the Director of Global Initiatives, where her focus is on enhancing global awareness and cultural sensitivity in the business environment. Since joining the School of Business in 2012, Amy has taught courses on leadership, ethics, organizational behavior, team development, and change management, and has been instrumental in advancing global immersion courses, where students experience the opportunity to study business practices around the world and travel to international locations to advance their knowledge. She is the faculty leader for the MBA global immersion course in Nicaragua, and leads a team of faculty who have guided courses in Latin America, India, and China.