November 6, 2022 at 3:00 p.m.
By Cass Jacoby.
Getting on the same page when you are generations apart takes a master class in communication. Luckily, the MCA has just the webinar to show you how to communicate with future leaders in the field.
Does it ever feel like you are speaking a different language from your parents? Like the kids of today are from another planet? Worst of all, like you can’t seem to get on the same page as a new hire? Generational communication is tricky! It requires a level of working together necessitates awareness and effort. Especially in the work place, cross-generational communication is a sought-after skill worth dedicating company time to. After all, the industry is better as it becomes more generationally diverse.
That is why this November 10 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. central time, the Metal Construction Association (MCA) will be hosting a Future Leader’s webinar focusing on communicating across generations. Hosted by life-enrichment educator, mindfulness coach and motivational speaker Samantha Smith, this webinar is designed to facilitate a greater understanding of how different generations communicate and to teach you how to adapt to those preferences to foster a positive relationship of mutual respect.
The webinar will explore the opportunities that come from generations working together, and it will include a brain storm on how to cultivate a welcoming environment that encourages all employees, no matter their generation, to bring their A game. Join Samantha for an hour of self-reflection so that you can be intentional about fostering a more generationally diverse industry and learn how to usher in the future of roofing.
Register for the webinar today, and start cultivating the kind of inter-generational work space the industry needs to thrive.
Learn more about the Metal Construction Association in their directory or visit www.metalconstruction.org.
Cass works as a reporter/writer for RoofersCoffeeShop, AskARoofer and MetalCoffeeShop. When she isn’t writing about roofs, she is putting her Master degree to work writing about movies and dancing with her plants.