Being Generationally Savvy

  Facilitated by Jennifer Abrams

  From February 10, 2015

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In some schools, as many as four generations work side by side, and that means countless chances for crossed wires, miscommunication, and perhaps even mistrust. This webinar provides strategies for bridging the generation gap and embracing generational diversity in our schools.

Join author Jennifer Abrams as she demonstrates how educators can look past their own generational filters to reap the benefits of seeing through a new lens. Focusing on the major contexts in which generational differences play out—including recruitment, coaching, professional learning, and succession planning— participants will gain tools and recommendations for collaborating, evaluating, and engaging in professional learning that meets multigenerational needs.

Topics in this webinar include:

  • Professional learning strategies that cultivate an understanding of generational differences and strengthen workplace culture;
  • Resources and tools to enhance communication with all generations.


  Jennifer Abrams is an international educational and
  communications consultant for public and private schools,
  hospitals, universities and non-profits. Jennifer trains and
  coaches teachers, administrators, nurses, hospital personnel
  and others on successful instructional practices, new employee
  support, supervision and evaluation, generational savvy, having
  hard conversations and effective collaboration skills. She is the
  author of The Multigenerational Workplace: Communicate, Collaborate, and Create Community.




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