Experience Plus Education: Handing Millennials Control

The Conference Board of Canada, August 23, 2017 at 02:00 PM EDT
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Baby Boomers and Millennials are two very different generations, who often have opposing views in the workplace. With Baby Boomers now delaying retirement and living longer than the previous generation, they are often forced into collaboration with Millennials in the C-suite.

Webinar Highlights

Join The Niagara Institute and Peter Shurman for a 60-minute webinar in which we will explore the essentials of the Baby Boomer/Millennial divide. We will take a deep dive into knowledge transfer, experience vs. education, and how to combine differing work values, group experiences, and communication methods under one corporate roof. Participants in this session will learn more about:

  • Gaining inter-generational understanding in the C-suite
  • What must change for older/younger managers to ensure success
  • Why generational conflict isn’t new, but this time it matters
  • Communicating for the “other guy”

All live webinar participants will receive a copy of Peter’s book Millennials: Boom’er Bust: How Gen Y Will Save the World.

About Peter

Peter ShurmanPeter Shurman is a communicator. His unique ability is translating complex concepts into simple language and animating the public debate. Peter believes in setting objectives and is disarmingly direct. Peter brings over 45 years of experience in broadcast communications, presentation, consulting, and executive management in the private sector to any situation. With a strong background in change management, Peter was instrumental in key acquisitions for third party buyers and has owned and operated his own successful communications business. He also has vast experience in the ‘navigation’ of regulated industries.

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Price: $199.00 (CAD)