In this engaging Keynote, participants gain a deeper understanding of the four—soon to be five—generations that make up our workforce and their respective attitudes on authority, communication and technology. Attendees leave with support materials excerpted from OKA’s new Generation Translation: Bridging the Gap by Rita Murray and Hile Rutledge. Materials include a summary “Do’s” and “Don’ts” learning aid and a generational action plan.
In this interactive Keynote, participants will be exposed to the basics of Type theory and its application to learning preferences. Discovering how each of the four learning styles prefers to process and evaluate new data enables all attendees to improve their effectiveness as both teacher and learner. Participants do not need to know Type theory or their preferences to engage the presentation fully. Yet attendees having experienced a Type introduction will not have information repeated. Type data are supported by an interactive exercise and written materials that support the learner’s application of this Keynote’s innovative content.
This interactive keynote provides participants an improved understanding and appreciation of the core functions of Type theory (Sensing, iNtuition, Thinking and Feeling) and their critical role in decision making. Funny and engagingParticipants learn and experience a decision making model that leverages the power of all the Type functions to improve critical thinking and decision making. The included handout helps participants apply the decision-making insights long after the Keynote. Participants do not a Type theory foundation or to be aware of their type preferences to participate and those having experienced a Type introduction will not have information repeated.