Moving Beyond Generational Stereotypes On Demand Webinar
If you are asking how to deal with millennials or what to do with the baby boomers you work with, you are asking the wrong questions. As ACFE faculty member Jeremy Clopton, CFE, said, “You don’t know a millennial or a boomer; you know a person.” Only when we remove the labels are we able to see the value that differing perspectives and experiences bring to the workplace.
In this candid on-demand panel discussion, anti-fraud professionals representing different generations explore what we can learn from each other about adapting to change and technology, loyalty, building relationships, hiring and promoting, and the vital transfer of knowledge between generations.
You Will Learn How To:
Differentiate between open communication and closed communication
Identify different strategies for cross-generational communication approaches
Recognize different generational tendencies, biases or stereotypes
|NASBA Information:||Behavioral Ethics|
|Last Updated:||October 2021|
|Delivery Method:||QAS Self-Study|
Mandy Moody, CFE - Panelist
John Gill, J.D., CFE - Panelist
Tasneem Kalolwala, CFE, CIA, CRMA - Panelist
Yelesina Hernandez - Panelist
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