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‘Talking about my Generation:’ How to work, communicate and get on with people from other generations

12:00pm - 1:00pm / Thursday 29th April 2021 / Venue: 502 Teaching Hub, 502-LT1, 502 Teaching Hub, Liverpool, L69 3GR Central Teaching Hub
Type: Webinar / Category: Department
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‘Talking about my Generation:’ How to work, communicate and get on with people from other generations (and that includes relatives!)

This unique workshop, delivered by Dr Paul Redmond, (Director of Student Experience and Enhancement at the University of Liverpool. Writer, TEDx speaker and researcher)

Currently, there are at least five generations in the world: they work together, study together, live together. The problem is, not only does each of these generations view the world in its own generationally specific way, it communicates using its own unique generational ‘language.’

The aim of this session is to give you a user’s guide to each of the five generations – and that includes your own. You will learn how to communicate effectively with other generations, how to make the most of your own generational characteristics, and discover why for some generations, punctuation is becoming such a divisive issue!

Location
502 Teaching Hub, 502-LT1, 502 Teaching Hub, Liverpool, L69 3GR
If you can not attend in person you can watch teh liver stream via this link - https://stream.liv.ac.uk/live/sytruhxy
This event is part of the Summer Term Events Programme’for more information please visit:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/summer-term-events-programme