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2019 Executive Forum

Webinar Series : Intergenerational Management
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When: Thursday, November 15, 2018
12:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Christine Kalambary

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This course is being presented as a webinar.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

November 15, 2018 - 12:00 to 1:00 PM 

Presenter:  Jeffrey Vargas

Leading workers from every generation can be both challenging and rewarding. During this webinar, participants will be introduced to nuances associated with various generations, from baby boomers to millennials to generation Z, and the generational truths that managers must know in order to engage their workforce and become transformational leaders. This webinar will assist leaders in better understanding the characteristics of the multiple generations in the workplace, recognizing their likes/dislikes, and identifying opportunities to work effectively across organizational lines. Presented by Jeffrey Vargas, President/CEO of Generationology LLC. 


 Jeffrey Vargas

Jeffrey Vargas is a workforce visionary who believes in living a life of purpose, on purpose. He is the President/CEO of Generationology LLC; a cutting-edge human capital and leadership development consulting practice that helps organizations improve employee engagement and increase organizational performance.  Jeff is a nationally known figure in the learning and development community and is widely identified as the nation’s expert on generational differences in the federal government.  He is known for sharing human capital management and leadership insights using data and stories to help facilitate organizational change. 

Before starting his own consulting practice, Jeff enjoyed a 22-year career in the federal service, serving in numerous senior-level human capital roles. He spent more than a decade at the Department of Energy where he designed, developed and deployed agency-wide human capital initiatives that increased employee engagement and organizational efficiency and effectiveness.  Jeff was the first Chief Learning Officer (CLO) for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). In that role, he oversaw learning for the 4000 employees of the nation’s nuclear weapons program where he created executive leadership development programs and oversaw the execution of NNSA’s Technical Qualifications Program. In his last role in the Federal government, Jeff served as the CLO for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, a financial regulator, who oversees the futures, options, and swaps financial marketplace, notionally valued at 600 trillion dollars.  At the CFTC he led the Commission’s learning practice including technical financial-education initiatives, executive development, peer-to-peer learning and created the framework for the first federal swaps professional certification program.

Jeff is current working on a  book titled : “Managing Across Generations”, that  focuses on helping federal leaders build their generational competency and practice intergenerational trust. He has an  undergraduate degree is in Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park, and he is a graduate of Georgetown Universities Training Specialist Program.  In 2015 he completed another lap in his education journey, graduating from the Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia.  


**If you are not a member of the Federal Executive Institute Alumni Association and would like to take part in this webinar, please contact Christine Kalambary at office@feiaa.org. For more information on FEIAA, please go to our website at http://www.feiaa.org.


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