Generation to Generation: Working and Mentoring Across the DivideBy Her Agenda Staff
Jun. 22 2016, Published 8:00 p.m. ET
For the first time in history, four generations of people are sharing the workplace at the same time. They have different world views, expectations and interests. Working together effectively, then, requires awareness, skill and a commitment to embrace the New Normal. We will explore how to leverage the strengths of this dynamic workforce to enrich our mentoring relationships and our organizations.
Wrisë D. Booker
Wrisë D. Booker has a solid foundation in pushing boundaries and developing others. After graduating summa cum laude from Denison, she became an English instructor at University of Michigan, where she both obtained her Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration and Counseling and pioneered in psychodrama, an innovative counseling technique. She next became Dean of Counseling followed by Dean of Student Affairs at the prestigious Claremont Colleges in California, where she designed progressive personal development programs. She formed Reid Dugger Consulting Group to address the need to enlarge the base of outstanding leaders who could thrust their organizations to new levels of achievement. Wrisë D. Booker is a force. Her expectations for excellence, knowledge and experience, intelligence and wisdom, integrity, compassion and drive just begin to define this extraordinary mentor, leader and friend.