Navigating Team Dynamics and Generational Differences in the Workplace
Workplace culture has become more collaborative, and we benefit from unique perspectives on teams. However, if we don’t appreciate how different work styles and generational perspectives impact team dynamics, conflict can occur. Join Linda Favero and Sarah Lechner, consultants from Coraggio Group, for an interactive session where you will better understand successful team dynamics, develop strategies to communicate effectively among multiple generations and share best practices and insights from your workplace.
- Learn the similarities and differences of the 4-5 generations in today’s workplace
- Explore how to lead successful teams bringing all voices to the table
- Gain tools to enhance your teams and workplace environments
Save the Date: Tuesday August 7, 11:30-1:30. Location and RSVP details will be updated soon.
About Coraggio Group:
Coraggio Group is a strategy and organizational change consulting firm from Portland, Oregon. Our clients choose us to help them get clear, get focused and get moving on their most important strategic, operational and organizational challenges. They count on us for our insight, knowledge and guidance in helping them to solve complicated business problems, make critical decisions and identify the right path forward. To learn more about Coraggio please visit www.coraggiogroup.com.
Linda Favero, Principal
People energize Linda. Whether she’s coaching an individual or facilitating a large group, she thrives on interacting with people. Linda began her career as a marketer before transitioning to a coach and facilitator focusing on helping clients develop both their individual and department strategy.
Linda partners with leaders to develop their full potential through thoughtful strategic planning, effective communication and implementation. In addition, she advises clients on how to develop and enhance the experience of their stakeholders. She is passionate about bringing greater awareness to generational differences in the workplace and has published research in the Journal of Business Communication as well as facilitated talks and workshops on this topic.
Prior to joining Coraggio, she spent 10 years at the University of Oregon, Portland campus most recently as the Assistant Dean of Students and Career Services. She also spent significant time working in the legal industry as a Client Relations Manager for Perkins Coie and Davis Wright Tremaine. She has a M.S. in Management Communication from the University of Portland and a B.A. in Rhetoric and Communication from the University of Oregon. Linda is also a Board Member for Project Lemonade.
Sarah Lechner, Associate Principal
Sarah is an influential change maker who champions broad stakeholder involvement, clear alignment between values and strategies and a strengths-based approach to develop inclusive and intentional relationships. She is a skillful facilitator and trusted advisor who guides leaders, teams and organizations in the design and execution of organizational effectiveness, process improvement and change initiatives that advance leadership, capability and culture.
Sarah has spent the last 14 years developing leaders, programs and strategies in purpose-driven organizations. Prior to joining Coraggio, she worked internally with a large healthcare organization on the design, integration, and continuous improvement of system-wide organizational effectiveness and leadership development initiatives.
With her early roots in community organizing work, Sarah is attentive to creating inclusive processes, encouraging authentic leadership and communication as well as establishing strong collaborative partnerships. She creates client experiences that not only advance organizational strategy but leverage the process to leave leaders and teams more connected and capable of carrying out the work they care the most about.
Sarah has an M.A. in Leadership and Organization Development from Saybrook University and a B.A. in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Social Ecology from Denison University.