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VLS | Bridging the Multigenerational Gap

VLS | Bridging the Multigenerational Gap

This webinar is part of the WiM Virtual Learning Series.

Tuesday, April 9, 2024
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

This event will take place on Zoom; details will be sent via email after registering.

Event Details

Bridging the Multigenerational Gap

When: April 9, 2024

11:00 a.m. - Noon EST

Presented by: Jenna Armato

This is a rare time in history that we have 5 generations across the workforce.

It's also a time when communication and work style misunderstandings are creating silos, driving conflict resolution requests to an all-time high, and shifting the need for Emotional Professionalism into high gear.

Learning about the perspectives and drivers of each generation and applying that understanding in the workplace and with your clients, can positively impact communication, collaboration, productivity, and results.

In this discussion, we’ll explore each generation and learn how you can take steps toward creating a generational synergy.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for accessing this webinar via Zoom. Be sure to add to your calendar.

More About Jenna Armato


In 2018, Jenna became a certified Leadership coach and trainer to facilitate growth in people’s lives, organizations, and communities. She provides clients with tools, training and strategies in Leadership Development, Effective Communications, Growth & Resilience, and Entrepreneurship. Jenna is a John Maxwell certified Coach, Speaker and Trainer, a DISC certified Trainer, an EQ certified provider, and an Empowered Living Licensed Teacher and Faculty Member. Prior to launching her training company, Jenna spent 20 years working in the advertising and marketing industries developing strategies in customer experience, relationship development, commerce, engagement, and brand alignment.

Jenna serves her local community through Board leadership in several non-profit organizations across the Capacity Building, Marketing, Health and Human Services, Education, and Community Charitable sectors. 

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Alana Lesnansky
Alana Lesnansky
Program Coordinator Women in Manufacturing (216)503-5700x118