M7 Multi-Generational Elements

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M7 Multi-Generational Dynamics 2007 Annual Western Section SRA Waikoloa, Hawaii Amy Sikalis Marcia Trudgen Ed Tywoniak

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Introductions Ed Tywoniak, MFA, Ed.D. has been a teacher of Communication at Saint Mary's College of California for more than 30 years. He holds degrees in brain science, electronic music organization and instructive innovation and has composed broadly on culture, craftsmanship, innovation and the logic of science. Grants incorporate an American College Theater Festival commendable honor for musical sythesis, a Fowdy look into cooperation in correspondence concentrates on, a KSMC-FM Lifetime Achievement Award, the University of San Francisco ICEL Dissertation of the Year, and the John Baptist de LaSalle Award for educating and grant.

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Introductions Amy Sikalis, Administrative Director, Office of Research and Institute for Health Care Delivery Research, Intermountain Health Care, Salt Lake City, Utah . Amy has been in research organization for a long time. Before coming to Intermountain Healthcare in 2004, she served at the University of Utah for a long time, 12 of which were in the Office of Sponsored Projects, finishing her vocation there as Assistant Director for the Health Sciences Office. As a dynamic individual from the Society of Research Administrators (SRA) since 1994 she has served on arranging advisory groups for both territorial and national gatherings. Amy has arranged and introduced "P.I. Exchanges" and "Consistence toward the Cost Accounting Disclosure Statement." Amy has a Masters in Public Administration and college degree in Communications/Decision Making.

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Introductions Marcia Trudgen, Business Manager, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage. Marcia has been in research organization for more than 30 years. Before going to the University of Alaska in 1978, she worked in global logical trade at the National Academy of Sciences and dealt with a beach front topography investigate focus at the colleges of Massachusetts and South Carolina. An individual from SRA since 1987, Marcia served as SRA Western Section President and led the 2001 segment meeting in Anchorage. She was an individual from the SRA Board of Directors 2001-2003 and presently goes about as SRA Bylaws Chair. In 1998 she turned into the primary Alaskan to acquire a CRA and was on the Board of Directors of the Research Administrators Certification Council from 2003-2006. Marcia has a B.A. in International Relations with a minor in Anthropology.

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Session Objectives 1. Distinguish and comprehend different eras 2. Investment in generational trades and cases 3. Make determinations for keeping up effective expert connections.

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A Place to Start An introduce about generational contrasts is perceive natural qualities and shortcomings of the propensities for every era. We will talk about contrasts in generational viewpoint, hard working attitude, turn-ons and side roads.

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Traditionalists Born before 1945 Who? Figures as John Glenn, George Bush, Alfred Hitchcock, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Betty Crocker, Rat Pack, Dr. Spock, Betty Crocker, and the sky is the limit from there. Occasions and impacts: World War I & II, Roaring 20s, Great Depression, New Deal, and the Korean War.

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Traditionalists proceeded with Trends: Family, Radio Hour, "squander not need not," Big Band, Patriotism, Rise of worker's parties. Characteristics: Traditional qualities, work devotion, regard for power, obligation before delight. Single word descriptor: Loyal.

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Baby Boomers Born 1946-1964 Who? Figures as Martin Luther King Jr., John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Beaver Cleaver, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Mick Jagger, Rush Limbaugh, the Monkeys, the Beatles, Oprah Winfrey, and the sky is the limit from there. Occasions and impacts: Civil Rights development, Vietnam, Women's Liberation,

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Baby Boomers proceeded with … impacts: Television, state of mind rings and deaths (JFK, RFK, and MLK). Patterns: Rock n' Roll (Stones, Joplin & Dylan), Elvis, Stagflation and flourishing. Qualities: Team arranged, individual satisfaction, youth, wellbeing and health, group. Single word descriptor: Optimism

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Generation X Born 1965-1980 Who? Figures as Brad Pitt, Monica Lewinsky, Tiger Woods, Beavis and Butt-head, Michael Jordan, Al (and Ted) Bundy, R2D2&CP30,George Stephanopoulis, Picabo Street and that's just the beginning. Occasions and impacts: Watergate, Iran, Challenger catastrophe, fall of Berlin divider, single parent homes (separate rate tripled).

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Generation X proceeded with … impacts: Computers, Cell telephones, Cable TV, Rap, Disco, Reggae, Michael Jackson, and Prince. Attributes: Techno education, imagination and fun, independence, reality based, no corporate organization together, and ingenious generally speaking. Single word descriptor: Skepticism.

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Millennial Generation Born 1981-1999 Who? Figures as Leonardo DiCaprio, Backstreet Boys, Prince William, Macauley Calkin, Chelsea Clinton, Barney, Britney Spears, Buffy, Sammy Sosa, and Venus & Serena Williams. Occasions and impacts: Schoolyard viciousness, posses, TV television shows, Oklahoma City bombarding, Computers, stash innovation, and data.

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Millennials proceeded with Traits: In control, desensitized, differences, associated, amiability, engaged to make positive move (Boomer guardians), accomplishment, and certainty. Single word descriptor: Realistic

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Understanding the Generations Traditionalists – taking a gander at age 62 and more seasoned Learn from their experience Low stretch correspondence Consistency and Uniformity Turn offs: Vulgarity Don't forget about them just yet Respect, initiative by power

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Understanding the Generations Baby Boomers – taking a gander at ages 43 – 62 Time starved… worried (overseer) Turnoffs: political mistake Show them you give it a second thought (have a tendency to be love/despise) The New 50 and retirement Teamwork, administration by accord Optimism

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Understanding the Generations Generation X – taking a gander at ages 27-42 Survivor mindset – private Process data immediately (require get to) Leadership by ability, unmoved with power Multitask arranged (don't micromanage) Turnoffs: antique, buildup Skepticism

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Understanding the Generations Millennials – taking a gander at ages 8 - 26 Interaction and input – bunches of inquiries. Be specific..answer the Why? Worldwide and comprehensive. Authority by pulling together. They are cheerful. Amiable perspective of power. Profession way arranged, decided, and creative. Side roads: wantonness Realistic

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About our Profession (and numerous others) Role characterized from multiple points of view Crosses numerous administration lines Hierarchical Formal versus Informal in setting Secure or shaky (stable) industry Profession is affected by individuals, time and place

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About our Profession What do you consider when you consider the calling of Research Administration and generational contrasts? Case: The newcomers. In the Office of Research at Superior College, we attempt to contract individuals with experience and a higher education; they make up around 1% of our aggregate workforce. All around, new Research Coordinators and Administrators are overseen by individuals in their

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Examples proceeded with 40s. Directors appear to be confused by these new representatives. They say that they are not steadfast, won't make a promise, and have no hard working attitude. What is required in this relationship to make a powerful group?

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Examples proceeded with Example: I am a Research Accountant, 27 years of age, that has been with the Superior College for a long time. In spite of the fact that this is my fourth employment since moving on from school, in the four years that I have been at this occupation, I have taken in the occupation at twist speed and climbed rapidly inside the division. I coexist with the greater part of the ten Accountants that work for me aside from one. She is sixty-three and works in another building. I

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Examples proceeded with visit her office once every month, and I address her or send her messages a few times each week. She is excessively affable, even to clients, yet treats me like a child. What can the Account director do to pick up validity?

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Boundaries Each of these zones have limits – expert and setting driven. Desire of consistency and consistency in expert connections

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Be Cognizant Generational stereotyping is "out" and Generational behavior is "in." Fact or fiction… .. Traditionalist Boomers Xers Nexters

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Conclusions Quote from " Generations " "So what do we do to enroll and hold the Gen X and Gen Y laborer? Initially, we perceive that their inspirations are distinctive, their wishes are distinctive, and after that, after we put all of them in a pleasant generational box, we get some information about their inspirations and longings, in light of the fact that not everybody fits into a decent generational box. Keep in mind that

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Quote proceeded with your workers are people who every originated from a considerable measure of foundations: their family, the group where they grew up, their training, their ethnicity, their own experience, and obviously, their era. Each of us have every one of those bits of foundation pressed into the things we carry with us through life. Ask, listen with generational affectability, and afterward suit as you can, pretty much as you would with some other market."

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Quiz See connected.

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References Generations at Work, Ron Zemke, Clair Rains and Bob Filipczak When Generations Collide, Lynne C. Lancaster and David Stillman Millenials Rising: The Next Great Generation , Neil Howe and William Strauss Google & www.who2.com/birthday

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The End Thank you.

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