This session will explore the challenges to, opportunities for, and results from accelerating cross-generational engagement in the pursuit of decarbonization.
After identifying some major generational differences, we will explore how BR+A accommodates these differences in our work. We will look at communication styles, in-office engagement and remote working, project management, work schedules, and benefit programs. We will also look deeply at strategies related to employee retention, task assignment, and persity and inclusion.
To cap-off the discussion, we will present project successes, including design of a large geothermal installation and the use of advanced modeling software.
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Approved for 1 credit hour toward AIA (LU), BPI, and BOC certification. Credit is offered for the full conference day toward NARI, PHI, Phius, and RESNET certification.
- Identify and discuss the impact of generational factors on work styles and their influence on project outcomes
- Investigate and apply effective communication strategies to facilitate the transfer of knowledge from industry leaders to future industry leaders
- Recognize the significance of fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment as a means to attract and retain top talent within the industry for future sustainability
- Apply emerging software technologies to leverage the skillset of younger generations to optimize pathways to a decarbonized future