Bridging the Intergeneration Gap | Online

When? 30 May 2024
What time? 15:00 Brussels time I 16:00 Vilnius time

Managing intergenerational teams, where members come from different age groups with distinct values and work styles, presents both challenges and opportunities. In this insightful webinar, participants will explore strategies to effectively bridge the gap between generations in the workplace.

During the webinar, participants will:

  • Understand How and Why Different Generations Think and Work Differently: Gain valuable insights into the unique perspectives, values, and work styles of different generations in the workforce.
  • Explore Psycho-Social Development Stages: Discover how the psycho-social development stages that adults go through impact motivation and intergenerational relationships, and learn practical approaches to fostering collaboration across generations.

The webinar will feature an in-depth exploration of the iceberg model, which illustrates the underlying similarities and differences among different generations. Additionally, participants will delve into the topic of resilience and its importance across generations in navigating challenges and driving success.

Our speakers, who are also facilitators of our programme “Resilience-Based Leadership for Female Leaders,” will lead the webinar. This session serves as an excellent introduction to the programme’s themes and will provide participants with a broader understanding of the topics discussed during the program’s sessions.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and strategies for effectively managing intergenerational teams. Join us for this engaging webinar, where you can also learn more about our “Resilience-Based Leadership for Female Leaders” program and have your questions answered directly by the facilitators.

About the speakers

Wendy Chua-Sullivan

Wendy Chua-Sullivan has over 20 years of experience as a coach and facilitator for personal transformation, applying research from psychology to help leaders and teams build resilience and achieve their goals despite challenges and setbacks.

Wendy’s approach to coaching high achievers to maximum performance was presented at the 2002 International Congress of Applied Psychology. Her WAND approach emphasizes: the use of relevant questions to facilitate awareness and ownership of goals; taking effective actions; acknowledgement; being neutral and non-judging; recognizing individual differences; and making a difference.

She has written 20 books based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, and two books on developing resilience.

Aysun Barin

Aysun Barin is a Founding Partner of Avvartes, creating tailored solutions around the globe to embolden leaders, teams and organizations to learn, grow and thrive in the fast-changing world. Previously, she was part of the leadership team of a global organization and held a variety of key roles in technical, sales and marketing for over 20 years. With her strong background in business, she is working with leadership teams to align People Strategy with the organization’s business strategy to achieve the desired business outcomes and get ready for the future. She is a distinguished coach and consultant on organizational development, leadership development, cultural transformation helping organizations to succeed sustainably and create value for a better world. She teaches in the area of human capital at universities.

For more information about the event, please contact Diana Gedeikytė-Jakutienė:, +370 600 368 38

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