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Leadership and Work Across Generations

Leadership and Work Across Generations

Faith-based non-profits often have a team of staff and volunteers who are diverse not just in traditional measures of sex, race, and ethnicity, but also span multiple generations. Generational diversity is an under-appreciated source of strength in diverse teams, but it can also create tension. In this program, site Director and experienced leader Chris Cox from Back2Back Ministries joins Andrew Hill talk about inter-generational leadership and work.

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Leadership and Work Across Generations
  • Introduction to Leadership and Work Across Generations

    We see common patterns of behavior within generations that have with widely shared experiences at certain stages of life. Generational differences are a form of diversity, and can create a challenge, whether you’re a leader of younger people, a subordinate working for an older person, or working ...

  • Leading Inter-Generational Teams

    What are some key concepts for being more effective in leading a team with generational diversity?

  • Working Under Leaders of Different Generations

    When you work for a team leader who's from a different generation, what should you keep in mind to help you build a stronger and more productive relationship?

  • Inter-Generational Peers

    When your peers on the team are from different generations, it's crucial to promote collaboration, respect, and trust.

  • Conclusion to Leadership and Work Across Generations

    In this concluding segment, Chris Cox shares some key takeaways for working more effectively in inter-generational teams.

  • Andrew Hill Bio

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    Before co-founding BurnBright, Andrew was a professor at the U.S. Army War College, where he taught senior national security professionals. As the War College's first Chair of Strategic Leadership, Andrew's research focused on connecting people, strategy, and innovation. He has a doctorate from H...