The Intergenerational Workplace: A Candid Conversation Among Generations
Join us for a special in-person Chapter Meeting
In mentorships, you’ll often hear from mentors that they learned more than the person they mentored. The ATD Nashville community has many members with various levels of experience. Some with decades of knowledge and others just starting out. All have something valuable that could be an important learning for students, studying to join this profession.
Join us for this interesting session, intermingling talent development professionals and undergraduate / graduate students interested in talent development roles. This is a tremendous opportunity to both learn from other generations and share your experiences to help others join the field.
Time: 5:00-5:45 - Welcome, Networking, & Light Dinner, 5:45-6:45 - Facilitated Program, 6:45-7:00 - Closing, Networking
Student Non-Members: $5
About the Facilitators:
Dr. Moffett is the Associate Director of the Center for Organizational and Human Resource Effectiveness (COHRE) and serves as a Senior Consultant. He is also a Professor of Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). While at MTSU, Dr. Moffett has taught many courses in areas of I/O psychology including training and development, organizational change and development, organizational psychology, and organizational surveys. He received his Ph.D. in I/O psychology from Auburn University, Auburn, AL in 1996.
Dr. Moffett has over 30 years of experience as a consultant to private and public sector organizations, and higher education organizations. Before coming to MTSU in 1992, he worked as a Project Associate with the Office of Vice President for Outreach at Auburn University in which he served as an internal and external human resources consultant. Dr. Moffett also previously served as a Research Psychologist with Litton Computer Services in which he developed and evaluated various training programs for the United States Army at Fort Benning, GA.
Dr. Moffett’s areas of consulting expertise include leadership/management training and development, organizational diagnosis and development, survey design and development, group facilitation, and training development and evaluation. His clients have included Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Tennessee Department of Transportation, Jacobs Sverdrup, United Way, Nuclear Fuel Services, Centerstone Community Mental Health Centers, Tennessee Board of Regents, Teledyne, PREMIER System Integrators, Middle Tennessee State University, Rutherford County Government, and State Farm Insurance.
DeAnne (Dee) is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Middle Tennessee State University. She has a PhD in Communication (UW Milwaukee) and a MS in Human Resources Training & Development. Her research includes interpersonal and group conflict in families and organizations. Priddis has over 15 years of corporate and nonprofit professional experience primarily in human resources and training prior to her career in academics. She specialized in developing and facilitating onboarding programs and safety training. She is also a Tennessee Supreme Court (TSC) Rule 31 Mediator.