Building High-Performance Leadership Relationships Across Generations

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Building High-Performance Leadership Relationships Webinar

Building High-Performance Leadership Relationships Across Generations

This On-Demand event was originally presented on March 20, 2013 (60 min)


The webinar, Building High-Performance Leadership Relationships Across Generations, focuses on the importance of building better relationships across different generations and moving beyond the limitations imposed by generational labels. The presenters, Ron and Josh, explain that to create effective connections, it is crucial to understand each other beyond birth years. They emphasize that stereotypes can hinder progress and discourage collaboration. 

To illustrate their point, Ron and Josh draw an analogy to an estuary, where freshwater and saltwater blend to create a unique environment that supports diverse life forms. They stress the power of intergenerational relationships in creating a similar dynamic for collaboration and growth. 

In addition, the webinar identifies recurring patterns in leadership relationships that can hinder inclusion and innovation. The speakers emphasize the need for genuine dialogue and transparent decision-making processes to foster trust and collaboration. They encourage leaders to confront their biases and create opportunities for meaningful participation. 

The webinar also stresses the importance of embracing diversity and collective wisdom to navigate generational differences and unlock the full potential of teams. Participants will gain valuable insights into how organizations can cultivate a dynamic ecosystem conducive to innovation and success by harnessing the strengths of different generations. Overall, the webinar offers a thoughtful and informative exploration of the power of intergenerational relationships to drive collaboration and growth in organizations.

Attendees will learn

  • How generational labels can influence perceptions and interactions.
  • How to look beyond generational differences.
  • How to identify recurring patterns in leadership relationships and improve leadership dynamics.
  • How to navigate the hierarchy within organizations.
  • How to have authentic conversations.
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Building High-Performance Leadership Relationships Across Generations


Ron Carucci is a seasoned consultant with more than 25 years of experience in strategy formulation, global organization design, organizational change, and executive leadership development. He is the author of several books, including Leadership Divided: What Emerging Leaders Need and What You Might Be Missing.

Josh Epperson is a consultant who specializes in large-scale organization and culture change, organizational architecture, and leadership development. Josh is the co-author of Future In-formation: Choosing a Generative Organizational Life. He holds a master’s degree in organizational development, as well as a master’s degree in counseling psychology.



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