Laurelville Leadership Lab
Laurelville Leadership Lab (L3)
Working and Leading Across Generations
- Be better prepared to identify and understand generational perspectives
- Gain leadership strategies for creating understanding among generations
- Enjoy an opportunity for renewal through time in nature
May 2, 8am to 2:30pm
Dates & Pricing
May 2, 8am to 2:30pm
$75/person, includes meals and programming
Set in a unique natural environment, L3 provides a forum for experiential learning, focusing on leadership formation and the examination of social and organizational practices and systems.
Through participation in this session, you will:
● Be better prepared to identify and understand generational perspectives
● Have leadership strategies for creating intergroup understanding (perspective taking)
● Have an opportunity for personal renewal through time in nature
Schedule (subject to change)
8:00 AM Registration and Breakfast
9:00 AM Opportunities and Challenges of an Intergenerational Workforce – Shannon Telenko, PhD/Interrogating Bias LLC
It is both exciting and exhausting that the workforce spans five generations. This session will help you to understand and make organizational use of the intersectional experiences, organizational positions, viewpoints, and lessons from each of these generations.
9:50 AM Break
10:00 AM Creating Opportunities Through Intergroup Leadership – Andy Miller, PhD/Reliad LLC
This session provides a foundation for understanding how intergenerational challenges arise from subgroup dynamics. We’ll identify intergroup leadership strategies to begin to work through challenges on the road to the creation of intergenerational opportunities.
10:50 AM Break
11:00 AM Explore Camp: Laurelville is a unique place in a naturally beautiful setting. We invite you to explore it based on your selection from your registration. Please let us know if you need to change your choice. Whatever you end up doing, use this as an opportunity to slow down, be mindful, and connect
with nature. Choose from: Ropes Course | Easy Hike | Contemplative Yoga Session
12:15 PM Lunch
1:00 PM Wrapping Up
1:15 PM Explore Camp Some More (Optional)
2:30 PM All Done! L3 Facilitators will stick around for another hour in case you want to chat one-on-one. Feel free to stay on campus for as long as you like!
Andrew Miller, PhD, has an interest in working with leaders towards self-understanding and personal formation as a foundation for organizational leadership and development. He is the Chief Operating Officer for Sol Renewables, Inc., an adjunct instructor in strategic leadership studies at James Madison University and conducts leadership training and organizational strategy consultations through Reliad, LLC.
Shannon Telenko, PhD, has taught students and employees in higher education the concept of interrogating internal and structural biases as a starting point for creating personal and organizational change. She leads diversity and inclusion work for a 3000-person division at Penn State and has started to do facilitation work through Interrogating Bias, LLC, which she created last year.