Accessing the Resources of Your Multi-Generational Workforce
Speaker: Darcy Vigneault Beery
The modern workforce now consists of up to six generations. Successfully collaborating among these generations depends on several key factors, and paramount among them is communication. As we increasingly face a myriad of multi-generational colleagues, we need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of each generation. Darcy's presentation will explore this diversity and stimulate discussion about how to best navigate our way to harmonious teamwork.
Darcy Vigneault Beery is a scriptwriter, filmmaker, and assistant professor for technical writing at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her production management credits include Paramount/CBS's primetime series Jag, the independent feature film Baggage, and Disney/Miramax's Clerks, the Animated Series. She is working on a documentary about the Acadian Diaspora, and has produced corporate projects for clients such as Dogfish Head brewmaster/author Sam Calagione, sommelier/author Marnie Old, and award-winning MS fundraiser Ken Medal. As a teacher of film, scriptwriting, technical writing, and media courses, she has led student teams in festivals and competitions, including a team of finalists in the 2012 Vail Film Festival. Darcy holds an A.A.S in Broadcast Communication from SUNY Adirondack (NY), a B.S. in Mass Communication from the University of Montevallo (AL), and an M.A. in Communication: Film Aesthetics and Production from Regent University (VA). She is currently the vice president of STC RMC.
Read an interview with Darcy here.
Join us for our March 22nd meeting! Register below.
NOTE: Dinner is included and vegetarian options are available when you register.
Registration for this event closes on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Attendees must register in advance. We are unable to accept payment the night of the event.