Presentations By Lynn Berger, NY Career Coach
Mid Atlantic Career Counselors Association- 2019 Annual Conference-Preparing Workers For The Future presented on Conveying The Power Of Networking
MACCA SUMMIT 2019 Mental Health Considerations for Career Development Professionals – Presenting on The Intake Session & Beyond Clinical Issues in Career Counseling
The New York Public Library, Science Information and Business Library, January 31, 2019 – “How To Overcome A Career Slump”
Touro College, October 2018 – Landing The Job You Want- The Do’s and Don’ts of a Job Search (Click here to watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/gYXyd8M7T28)
TC Alumni Columbia University, How to Overcome A Career Slump, 2/7/2018 – https://youtu.be/xc3T5-kde5A
Northwestern University, Alumni Wednesday, July 19 2017- How To Overcome A Career Slump
2016 Wharton Alumni University of Pennsylvania: Leveraging Intergenerational Aspects in Today’s Workplace – Wednesday October 26th, 2016. More information is available here.
KALGNY’s Women’s Committee: Overcoming A Career Plateau, was presented by Lynn Berger on September 28, 2016.
Yale Office of Career Strategy Webinar: The webinar, conducted for Yale Alumni and titled, “How To Overcome A Career Slump” was presented by Lynn Berger in November of 2015. It is available to view here.
Presentation on December 4th at Mid Atlantic Counseling Association Fall Conference on the topic :
Effective Communication In The Workplace by Reducing Interpersonal Conflict. (macca.net)
FindTheRightJob.com – What Younger Employees Should Know About Older Staffers, October 21, 2014
Presented at the 23rd Annual GSC-SHRM Conference, in Atlantic City, NJ – October 19-21, 2014
“Intergenerational communication in the workplace”
Visit the conference website here for more information.
Presentation: May 30th, 2014 New York State Career Development Association Buffalo New York
Title: Talking at Cross-purposes? Intergenerational Communication in the Workplace.
Content: Summary – Overview of communication styles between the generations: Traditionalists (1900-1945); Boomers (1946-1964); Generation X (1965-1981); Generation Y or Millennials (1982-1995); Linksters (born after 1995). While there have always been multiple generations in the workforce, this is the first time that there are five generations in the workforce.
This can present many challenges in the workplace for individuals: For example,
How can you recognize the different styles of communication within your department or organization?
How can you best monitor and regulate your own reactions to the different communication styles without becoming defensive or offended?
How can you respond to different communication style as well as respond in a manner that conveys authenticity and respect?
We all need to have effective and have respectful communication between the different generations to promote a fulfilling and healthy workplace.
Coaching and awareness around this topic are essential in today’s workplace to be able to reach one’s potential.
Dice.com – How to Manage Older Tech Workers, July 10, 2014
Recent blog post regarding How to Best Communicate With Millenials regarding benefits: