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Jennifer J. Deal

Senior Research Scientist

Center for Creative Leadership Pte Ltd

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Center for Creative Leadership Pte Ltd

1 LEADERSHIP PL

Greensboro, North Carolina,27410

United States

Company Description

The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) is a top-ranked, global provider of leadership development. By leveraging the power of leadership to drive results that matter most to clients, CCL transforms individual leaders, teams, organizations and society. Our ar...more

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Something is Clearly Wrong with Employee Engagement in South Africa - Deon Binneman

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Nevertheless, the conventional wisdom about generational differences in the workplace is mostly wrong, according to a new book by Jennifer J. Deal, a research scientist with the Centre for Creative Leadership.
Not so, says Deal. She argues that the generations now of working age value essentially the same things. Her findings, based on seven years of research in which she surveyed more than 3,000 corporate leaders, are presented in her new book, Retiring the Generation Gap: How Employees Young & Old Can Find Common Ground (Jossey-Bass). "Our research shows that when you hold the stereotypes up to the light, they don't cast much of a shadow," says Deal. "Everyone wants to be able to trust their supervisors,no one really likes change, we all like feedback, and the number of hours you put in at work depends more on your level in the organization than on your age." Clearly, people of different ages see the world in different ways. But Deal says that's not the primary reason for generational conflict. The conflict has less to do with age or generational differences than it does with clout-who has it and who wants it. "The so-called generation gap is, in large part, the result of miscommunication and misunderstanding, fuelled by common insecurities and the desire for clout," says Deal.


Executive MBA Council | Conference | Plenaries

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Jennifer J. Deal
Senior Research Scientist, Center for Creative Leadership Jennifer J. Deal Senior Research Scientist, Center for Creative Leadership Jennifer J. Deal Plenary speaker Jennifer Deal will offer a closer look at world of millennials and help conference participants better understand this growing pool of applicants. As a senior research scientist at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) in San Diego, California, and an affiliated research scientist at University of Southern California Center for Effective Organizations, Deal focuses on global leadership and generational differences. She contributes to the Wall Street Journal's "Experts" panel on leadership, and her work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, The Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, strategy&, Forbes, Fortune, South China Morning Post, Globe and Mail, and many other news outlets. Read more... She manages the CCL's World Leadership Survey and the Emerging Leaders research project. In 2002 Jennifer co-authored the book Success for the New Global Manager and in 2007 wrote the book, Retiring the Generation Gap. Deal also has published articles on generational issues, the always-on work environment, the strategic use of information in negotiation, executive selection, cultural adaptability, global management, and women in management. As an internationally recognized expert on generational differences, she has spoken on the topic on six continents-North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. She received her bachelor's degree from Haverford College and her master's and Ph.D. degrees in industrial/organizational psychology with a specialty in political psychology from The Ohio State University.


Executive MBA Council | Conference

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Jennifer J. Deal
What millennials want from work Jennifer J. Deal Center for Creative Leadership


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Despite America's obsession with young leaders, its family structure socializes people into a culture where elders are shown deference, says Jennifer Deal, a senior research scientist at the Center for Creative Leadership and author of What Millennials Want from Work.
When older employees end up reporting to younger managers, it shifts social norms that people grew up with. "What I've seen is that it makes everyone uncomfortable," she says.


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