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Career Development Panel 4.25.18

  • IA&A at Hillyer 9 Hillyer Court Northwest Washington, DC, 20008 United States (map)

CANCELLED--rescheduled for October

Multiple Generations in the Workplace:
Stories and Strategies

Today, any given arts organization can have up to five generations working side-by-side, with each generation having different approaches, expectations, and philosophies. In this casual evening, meet representatives from the "millennial" generation and beyond as they share stories and strategies around how they recognize generational differences in work styles, solve related conflicts, and use assets from each generation's toolkit to work together successfully. Anyone who has to manage younger staff, or younger professionals who want to learn to "manage up" will benefit from this evening.
 
-Hilary-Morgan Watt, Digital Engagement Manager, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
-Tiffany Williams, Assistant Curator, Art in Embassies, US Department of State
-Mika Yoshitake, Independent Curator, (former Curator, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden) 
-Helen Frederick, Professor (Emerita), School of Art, George Mason University
-Suzan Jenkins, CEO, Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County

Moderated by Claire Huschle, Director, Scaffold

$8 members / $15 guests.

Members please bring colleagues and guests. 
Non-members may register ($15) by emailing Martha at dc@arttable.org
You may register for one or both sessions.