It seems all Boomer executives and Gen Xer managers are trying to successfully work with Millennials and other, even younger A/E professionals. But how best to break down generational stereotypes and counter-productive myths to create more productive work environments?
Using a buzzer-beater format, RMF Engineering’s Tim Griffin and generational expert Larry Cahill unpack the generation myths of the current A/E industry conundrum. Through real-life experience and practical tips, they lay out what how the industry is dealing with offices filled with the experienced and the newly minted professional who need to work together.
In this podcast, you will learn:
- What firm leaders can do to bridge the gap between the generations
- How to develop future leaders now, for tomorrow
- Ways to deliver a training and mentoring culture
- Keys to make delegation work — where young people can work and be trusted to take on relevant responsibilities
About Your Presenters:
J. Tim Griffin P.E., MBA, LEED AP is a partner and executive vice president with RMF Engineering, Inc., a national engineering consulting firm operating throughout the United States with projects across the globe. He is a licensed professional engineer and certified energy manager.
Larry Cahill, CPEA, has over 40 years of professional consulting experience including working with Booz, Allen & Hamilton and Exxon Research and Engineering. His roles have included junior consultant, project manager, technical director, managing principal, vice president, and chief operating officer. Cahill has authored several books and has written over 80 journal publications.
To view the handout from the podcast recording, click here.
To purchase Tim Griffin’s book, Lattes, Puppies and Unlimited Vacation, click here.
To purchase Larry Cahill’s book, “Can I Borrow Your Watch?”, click here.
To purchase both books, click here.