Modern nonprofits are facing a unique challenge that is affecting efficiency and operations. It has nothing to do with donors or generosity — in fact, it’s completely internal. It’s the multi-generational structure of their teams. Boomers, Gen X-ers, Millennials and even some Gen Z professionals are working side by side…or at least they’re trying to.
In this webinar, Daphne Keys from Led2Serve and Lauren Rease from Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando share their experience navigating the different communication styles, values and cultural norms of multi-generational teams. They provide strategies for creating a dream team that can leverage the strengths of each experience level to reach new levels of success.
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Led2Serve began equipping and sending teams with a heart to serve in 2010. Expanding opportunities over the past almost 10 years, teams may travel throughout the US, Europe and Central America engaging in meaningful service, while finding adventure along their journey. Trips are customized to meet each group’s personality and needs, cultivating long lasting relationships with those we serve in any region. After over 20 years focusing on donor development, Daphne Keys currently serves in the Business Development and Marketing role with Led2Serve, as well as consulting for several international organizations.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando was founded in 1937 as the Orlando Humane Society. Since then, the organization has worked hard to provide positive and safe outcomes for pets. Today the Pet Alliance has a dedicated focus on the welfare and well-being of dogs and cats in Orange, Seminole and Osceola Counties. Our goal is to provide compassionate and knowledgeable services for pets and to be leaders in innovative animal care and veterinary medicine. Lauren Rease serves with Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando in the role of Development Specialist.