The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Navigating Intergenerational Conflict in the Workplace

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Navigating Intergenerational Conflict in the Workplace

An interactive workshop given by Kevin Richman, Executive Vice President of Young Government Leaders in Washington, DC.

Thursday, October 12, 2017
4:30pm-6:00pm
Haldeman 125
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Free Food, Workshops & Training
Registration required.

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For the first time in modern history, four generations are working side-by-side in the workplace. That number is soon going to rise to five. Each generation has its own unique characteristics and views both about life and the workplace. When that is mixed together in a team that needs to work flawlessly together, it can be challenging. Come learn about the various generations, the conflicts that can arise in the workplace, and how to turn the challenges into positive solutions as you start your career.

 

About Kevin

Kevin Richman is the Executive Vice President for Young Government Leaders. In this role, he is responsible for supporting over 20 YGL chapters across the country, leading YGL marketing and communications, and developing YGL partnerships. Kevin is also the Director of Portfolio Outreach for the Information Technology Category within the General Services Administration.

Kevin got his start in the Federal Government through the Financial Management Specialist program and is proud to not only be recognized as a young leader and change agent in his organization, but also serves as a voice for young government professionals across government. Kevin often speaks about government culture, generational challenges in the workplace, becoming a change agent, and careers as a public servant at various colleges, agencies, leadership programs, and Next Generation of Government Leaders.

In addition to his service for YGL, Kevin serves as a mentor for young professionals at his agency, the YGL Mentor’s Program and the GovLoop Mentor’s program. He also is an avid sports fan and loves coaching his youth basketball team. In his spare time, he enjoys travelling, taking in new experiences, playing with his dog, reading leadership books, and developing new skills.

For more information, contact:
Robin Frye

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

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