Leadership Development CoP - Part 2 - Multigenerational Leadership: Who's In Charge and What Does that Mean?

  • 22 Oct 2015
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • C2 Technologies, 1921 Gallows Road, Suite 1000, Vienna, VA 22182
  • 37


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Second of a 2-Part Event - Please read carefully for details on each event to include the different locations. 

As we continue to envision the future of leadership, the Leadership Development CoP takes to the movie theatres to explore the complexities of multigenerational leadership. In the new movie, The Intern, Robert DeNiro and Anne Hathaway portray a situation that is becoming more and more common: the Boomer employee working for a Millennial boss. Their unique challenges raise interesting questions about how different generations approach leadership:  What are the differences and similarities among leaders from different generations? How do leaders from each generation shape both private and public organizations?  What are the unique challenges for leaders in the multigenerational workforce? What are the different developmental needs for leaders of various generations?

In this 2-part event, we met on Thursday, October 8 at the Mosaic Theatre to watch the movie. We’ll convene at C2 Technologies, Inc. on Thursday, October 22 for a facilitated discussion on the movie and what it says about the unique challenges of multigenerational leadership and the future of leadership development. If you are unable to attend the movie viewing on October 8, you can find a time to see the movie on your own or with another CoP buddy before the October 22 meeting. For those unable to attend the October 22 discussion in person, we will provide a GotoMeeting option for virtual participation.

Facilitated by CoP members Bob Richard and Neal Henderson

Bob Richard has 20+ years’ experience in Organization Development consulting, training, program management and project design. He has held senior OD management and business development roles in small, medium and Fortune 500 companies in the USA and UK. In 2014 he established his own professional practice in the DC metro area, focusing on Resilience Skills projects for Federal and local government as well as across the healthcare and education sectors.

Other Bob Richard practice areas include Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Communications, Nimble Teams and Mentoring Millennials.

Neal Henderson, founder and President of FrontRow Performance Coaching, is an experienced Organizational Development Consultant and Coach based in Northern Virginia. He has spent over 30 years creating successful organizations that are grounded in organizational and leadership development practices.

A former Navy Master Chief Petty Officer, his extensive public and private sector experience ranges from developing leaders and managers, leading complex change efforts and increasing human performance. He possesses expertise in Management and Leadership Coaching and Development for individuals and teams, career management/development, and group facilitation.

October 22: Light snacks and drinks will be provided

If you are unable to attend in person, please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.


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Special thanks to our Community of Practice sponsor, C² Technologies, Inc.  C² Technologies, Inc. is a nationally recognized leader in performance improvement, dedicated to improving the effectiveness of productivity-driven organizations. We provide training, strategic human capital management, mission-critical support services, and information technology solutions to meet the specific needs of our civilian, defense, and private-industry clients. C²'s solutions are as diverse as our clients, giving us an opportunity to incorporate best practices from each industry into our services. 

C2 Technologies, Inc. Directions: Metro: Silver Line: There’s a shuttle bus that leaves McLean Metro at approximately 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. and arrives at Tysons International Plaza (1921 Gallows Rd) about 20 minutes later. We can coordinate rides back to the Metro after the meeting. In addition, if you get off at the Tysons Corner Metro stop, you can walk through the mall to Route 7, cross the street, and walk to 1921 Gallows Rd (which is actually on Boone Blvd). Probably about a half-mile walk. Although the address is Gallows Rd., the entrance to the building is actually on Boone Blvd. If you've just turned off of Rt. 7 onto Gallows Rd, with Olive Garden on your right, take the next left onto Boone Blvd., then turn right into the first driveway. 1921 is the building straight in front of you. Parking is over to the right, and it is free. The building locks sometime after 6 p.m., so if you are not able to get in, call or text Claudia at 703.217.3517.