For the first time ever, there are five different generations working side by side in organizations. This wide variety of experiences and viewpoints can lead to frustration and conflict, but it can also bring a richness of diversity if managed well. This presentation will help participants to identify the major generational sticking points in the workplace today and to understand the process for overcoming those differences of opinion.
Doors open at 11:00am
About the Presenter:
Organizational Development Consultant, AGH
Daniel White assists organizations with their organizational development needs, including strategic and operational planning, leadership development, and employee engagement efforts. He has worked with a wide range of industries, including construction, healthcare, manufacturing, banking, not-for-profits, and government organizations. He has also worked internationally as an organizational development consultant, serving organizations in Bolivia, Guatemala and Ghana.
Prior to advising organizations, Daniel worked in not-for-profit leadership and operations, directing projects with clients such as the US Department of State and the United Nations Population Fund. He has been published in multiple national publications, including Fast Company and several academic journals, and he has presented at a number of national conferences.
Daniel is on the Board of Trustees of Young Professionals of Wichita (YPW) and is a certified facilitator of Appreciation at Work™ and of the Hay Group’s Emotional and Social Competency Inventory.
A Wichita native, Daniel received a bachelor’s degree in communications from Wheaton College in Chicago and a master’s degree in organizational development from Friends University. He currently teaches organizational development at Friends University.