Ask Me Anything: Managing the Younger Generation – Generation Z

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Tue, Jul 16th, 2024 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM ET
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Have you ever been confused about what works and what doesn’t with the younger generations? Have you ever wondered what motivates them or questioned their work ethic? Every generation has good and bad attributes. Understanding differences between the generations and acknowledging each other’s strengths is essential in today’s world. If you have questions on how to do that, this webinar is for you!

Ask her anything! – Brenda Dietzman has been working in recruiting and retention and studying generations in the workplace for several years. She has given workshops on the subject across the United States as well as online training for international audiences. She works with the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the American Jail Association (AJA) as a subject matter expert. Bring your questions! Let’s learn how we can work better, together!



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