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APMP Webinar: Leading a Successful Multigenerational Proposal Team

*This Webinar has occurred in the past, and is now available as a recording*

Claire McGarry
Proposal Manager, SciMetrika


This webinar addresses the implications of common generational stereotypes.

These days, most of us work in teams that span several generations. We hear a lot about the differences between Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials. We’re warned about the challenges of working in multi-generational teams.

Is there really a "generation gap” in the workplace?

Recent research shows that we aren’t really as different as we might seem.

Top Takeaways

  • See how to shift focus from the differences between the generations to similarities.
  • Learn how to emphasize values, needs, and motivations in the workplace.
  • Develop strategies and best practices for working on proposals with talent from other generations, to capitalize on success.
  • Understand the value of including members of various generations in proposal teams.


Target Audience
This session is designed for professionals working with others who have a range of industry experience, with the goals of building talent and learning from others’ experience.

About the Presenter
Claire McGarry is a Proposal Manager at SciMetrika, a fast-growing, health-focused small business serving Federal clients. She has worked in multi-generational teams to win contracts for the firm since 2010, when she shifted her focus from population health research to business development. She holds a BA in International Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is an Executive Masters of Public Health in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the same institution. She admits to being a Millennial, but asks that you try not to hold that against her!

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