Do you count “generational competence” among the leadership skills in your project management toolbox? As we continue to wrestle with typical project management work issues on a daily basis – timelines, quality control, cost issues, risk management – we also find the need to develop additional leadership competencies as part of the PMI Talent Triangle. Effective management and leadership in a multigenerational workplace has come to the forefront of many discussions about organizational success as one of these competencies.
Join Cultural Mixology Founder, Jamie Gelbtuch, and Conrado Morlan (of The SMART PM) at the 2015 PMI Global Congress in Orlando, FL for this session on Successful Project Management Leadership in a Multigenerational Workplace. You’ll learn about the key drivers that shape the five generations in today’s workplace and how those impact values and behaviors, particularly in the areas of leadership, time management and prioritization, and communication. We’ll will also identify how, why, and where generations may differ across cultures and suggest best practices for managing multigenerational project teams.
Monday, October 12, 2015, 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, FL