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The Orange County Forum is the premiere nonpartisan current affairs organization convening the Orange County community in an interactive environment  to exchange ideas, and discuss public policy issues with the most knowledgeable and distinguished speakers and leaders of our time.  Through the financial support of its generous sponsors, The Orange County Forum seeks to enhance the quality of educational programming and to expand the scope of involvement of all segments of the community in the opportunity to develop a better understanding of complex issues, and to further encourage and elevate public discussion and collaboration in an effort to inspire all community stakeholders to address and offer realistic solutions to the challenging and complex issues of today

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SCOTT ZIMMER

"When Generations Connect"
Millennials are changing the face of business today ...

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As one of BridgeWorks’ generational experts and resident Gen-Xer, Scott will share his expertise, illustrating the stress points between the generations, as well as clear solutions to help relieve tension and encourage better understanding and collaboration across generational divides. He uses insight, humor, and data to foster an environment where every generation feels valued and understood.   A child of the 80s and 90s, Scott has insider knowledge into what makes his generation tick.  Sandwiched between the idealistic Boomers and innovative Millennials, his Xer lens allows him to hone in on the key challenges facing each generation.

 

BridgeWorks has been dedicated solely to the study of generational differences since its inception in 1998 and wrote the best-selling business books:

 

When Generations Collide: Who They Are. Why They Clash.

 

How to Solve the Generational Puzzle at Work (HarperCollins) and The M-Factor (HarperBusiness)

 

 

 

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