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This workshop will invite leaders of multiple generations topractical conversations that help remove the inherent barriers toproductive relationships between incumbent and emerging leaders.While there is much information available on generationaldemographics, the focus of this program is on the relationalaspects of generational dynamics.
Based on research within organizations, Carucci and colleagueshave identified six patterns that distinguish distressedrelationships from powerful relationships between incumbent leadersand emerging leaders. The patterns are indicated as: rank,meaningful conversation, inclusion and engagement, dreaming,generosity, and gratitude. The workshop will explain andassess these patterns as well as explore how thesepatterns promote or hinder cross-generational relationships. The workshop includes case studies, role plays, journalingexercises, and action planning tools.
This accompanying participant workbook will include casestudies, self-reflection exercises, and strategies fora follow-up development plan.
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Ron A. Carucci (Seattle, WA) is a founding partner with Passages Consulting, LLC, (www.passagesconsulting.com) where he works with CEOs and senior executives in pursuit of large organizational change and executive leadership capability. He is Graduate Professor of Leadership at Mars Hill Graduate School in Seattle. He is also faculty member at Fordham University, serving as Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, and has served as an adjunct at the Center for Creative Leadership. His clients have included Edward Jones Investments, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Amgen, McDonald’s, PepsiCo, Gates Corporation, Accenture, and many others.
Josh Epperson (Seattle, WA) works with both community-based NGOs and multi-national corporations in a variety of industries. His clients have included McDonalds, Gates Corporation, Starbucks, The Atlantic Philanthropies, Microsoft, CIA, and The Hershey Company. He is the co-author of Future in-Formation (2008) and helped to create and faciliate The Leadership Crucible (www.leadershipcrucible.com). He is on faculty at Argosy University.
Lela Tepavac (New York, NY) is the president and founder of Fit Leadership, LLC (www.fit-leadership.com), a leadership consulting firm. She has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies including The New York Times, PepsiCo, United Airlines, Time Warner, Citibank, Shell, Texaco, Saudi Aramco, Bristol-Myers Squibb, The Limited, Lucent Technologies, Ford, Corning, and Merrill Lynch.
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