• February 24, 2019 | 10:15-11:30 A.M.

    Making Sense of Generational Differences

    Greenwood Room

    Today’s teenagers are growing up in a time of profound political, cultural and technological change. And much has already been written about how this generation, commonly referred to as Generation Z, differs from previous generations. Michael Wood, from 747 insights will be joining us to present some highlights from Generation Nation 2019, the latest wave of research exploring the attitudes and values of Generation Z, Millenials, Gen X and Boomers and to share his perspective on the commonalities and difference that exist across the generations.

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