Generational Advantage Virtual Training for Professional Women “Generational conflict is a thing. You get it. What you really want to know is what to do about it. How do you combine different perspectives to build better outcomes? And where do you start?” says Jessica Stollings, national speaker, author, and founder of ReGenerations- a company that provides resources to help you bridge generational gaps. YWCA Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia will host a lunchtime virtual workshop, Emerge, for professional women. Emerge is a female focused, quarterly series created to meet the needs of professional women at all levels of their career. Experts in a variety of fields empower women with new tools that directly apply to their work. The upcoming training on October 16 will be provided online so that women from all around the country can benefit from this leadership training. In this enlightening and practical training, Jessica Stollings will guide you through challenging questions to ask and provide a framework to see differences in a more positive and productive light. Using research, best practices, and real-life examples, you will learn how to harness the strengths of all generations to create strong relationships, high performing teams, and innovative business outcomes. Take-a-ways from this training will include: • Identify and diffuse generational conflict • Evaluate and shift bias to see self and others in a more positive light • Pivot generational friction into opportunity • Benefit from the generational diversity in your workforce Jessica will discuss the following topics with attendees: • Generations in the workplace • Conflict management • Conscious and unconscious bias • Diversity and inclusion This workshop will be especially beneficial for: • Emerging and seasoned leaders who want to expand their professional networks with a diverse group of professional women • New or mid-level supervisors looking to cultivate mentoring relationships to grow and develop professionally • Managers who need to increase their understanding of leadership styles and how to lead a diverse group of employees Jessica Stollings generational diversity training has been recognized internationally for its experiential approach to behavior change. Her background is in broadcasting, communication and Human Resources. You can learn more at re-generations.org and find out about her new book, ReGenerate. To find out more about the upcoming Emerge virtual workshop, contact Tammy Alls at YWCA Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia at 423-968-9444 or email at email@example.com. Early Bird Registration is $25 per person until Oct 1, $35 after that date. A link for online registration can be found at www.ywcatnva.org/emerge. Call us for group pricing. YWCA Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia is grateful to its corporate sponsors for supporting the professional advancement of women through Emerge and thanks Strongwell, The United Company Foundation, Wells Fargo, Bristol Tennessee Essential Services, Bristol Herald Courier, and Eastman Credit Union.