LUNCH & LEARN - Introduction to Gen Z: How to supervise Gen Z supervisees and work with Gen Z clients

Presenter - Prof. Dr. Karina Ochis

Date/Time - Wednesday, March 29th, Noon to 1 p.m. EST

Online via Zoom

Please note that this event will be recorded and is eligible for 1 CEC



Gen Z, the generational group born after 1996, is presently entering the counseling and psychotherapy profession. The Gen Z population is the least engaged in their interpersonal and workforce relationships when compared to the other generational groups. They are also the population that struggles the most with their mental health.
If you have a supervising relationship with a Gen Z, if you want to work with Gen Z clients, or if you are a Gen Z, then this webinar is for you!
The first part of the webinar introduces Gen Z. The second part addresses intergenerational relationships between Gen Z supervisees and their more experienced supervisors. The latter develops a new way of considering roles that eschews the conflictual cycle and enhances fruitful collaboration.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will learn:
• The characteristics, triggers, dilemmas, expectations, and behaviors of Gen Z.
• The sources of Gen Z disengagement and engagement dimensions.
• Practical mechanisms to best supervise Gen Z and improve the supervisor-supervisee dynamics.


Presenter Bio 

Prof. Dr. Karina Ochis Ph.D., is the foremost authority on intergenerational relations and Gen Z expert. Karina Ochis is Associate Dean, Professor of Leadership and Researcher, Best-selling Author, International Speaker, Executive Consultant, Coach and Trainer. Clients in five continents trust Dr. Ochis for Coaching, Speaking and Education services!



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LUNCH & LEARN - Introduction to Gen Z: How to supervise Gen Z supervisees and work with Gen Z clients

  • Wednesday Mar 29 2023, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM