Worlds Colliding: Generational Dynamics in the Nonprofit Workplace Post-Pandemic
Nonprofit Collaboration Series
Session 3: Worlds Colliding: Generational Dynamics in the Nonprofit Workplace Post-Pandemic
October 3, 8:30am to 10:00am
Columbia Center (Junior League of Cincinnati)
All you need to do is pick up a newspaper or magazine (if you still read those) or scan your social media to see that no one seems to know how to deal with colleagues of different generations.
"For Younger Workers, Job Hopping Has Lost Its Stigma. Should It?" (New York Times)
"Gen-Z Is Labeled As ‘Difficult’ In The Workplace, But There’s More To The Story" (Forbes)
"Attracting Millennials To The Mission" (NonProfit Times)
"One reason the job market is out of whack? Baby boomers." (Washington Post)
Differences in education, media exposure, world events, technology, and family dynamics can all influence how we approach work. How does our generation shape our attitudes toward hybrid and remote work, expectations of behavior, mental health, hiring, tech adoption, and more?
Janet Harrah, Executive Director of Outreach, Haile/US Bank College of Business, Northern Kentucky University, will tell us what the data say about it, and how the demographics of our nonprofit workforce will change as the population changes.