Reframing Common Generational Complaints – For Emerging Leaders
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Reframing Common Generational Complaints – For Emerging Leaders

At times it may seem like there’s a generational crevasse when it comes to working and practice management styles. Growing restless by holding resentment will only prevent change from happening. Instead, let go of common complaints and consider the counterpointing questions that will help solve problems collaboratively. In this session, we’ll explore nine common complaints about the other generation and their counterpointing questions related to:

  • Resistance to change
  • Relinquishing control and transitioning responsibility
  • Focusing on time and visibility
  • Transparency and openness to feedback
  • Inclusion with clients and learning

Attend this session to learn how to frame complaints into proactive questions so you can drive the change you wish to see in the future of your firm!

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