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Collaborative Planning

Storyboard
By
Fiorela Mazzoni
Title/Captions: Reverse Mentoring is the Answer to
Connect All Generations

Narration: How will employers deal with the mix of


cultures, mindsets, and personalities of the old and the young
in the workplace?

Images/Video Clips:
Teamwork by unknown author. Free to Use, Share, or Modify.
Downloaded
fromhttp://imagebase.net/photo/1324/Teamwork.html on
30th July 2015

Music:”Busy Doing Nothing” by Freeplay Music from


Acoustic Guitar Volume 5. Free to Use. Downloaded from
http://freeplaymusic.com/search.aspx?q=busy%20doing%20n
othing on 30th July 2015.

Notes: Start music first, and enter voice after 3


seconds, use fade-in effect.

Dramatic Question
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Narration: The latest graduates, also called millennials,


are the newest force in the work environment. Baby
boomers and Generation X all anticipate that these millennial
employees have a lot to learn from their bosses who have
been working many years before them.

Images:
NTU Graduation Week 2013 by Nottingham Trent University .
Free to Use and Share.. Downloaded from
https://www.flickr.com/photos/nottinghamtrentuni/935827
5938/in/photostream/ on 2015 July 31.

Music: Same as above.


Notes: Use animation effect here

Dramatic Question
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Narration: The knowledge and experience of a boss or a


seasoned co worker is an undeniable asset. But, what about
the knowledge and technical skills of a computer-proficient
millennial? Is there a way to tap the knowledge of these
high-tech employees of Generation Y and teach the less tech-
savvy business executives the computer methods that they
may not know yet?

Images: layout zz by Dolina Wiedzy. Free to Use, Share,


or Modify. Downloaded from
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:T%C5%82o_zz.jpg
on 30 July 2015

Music: Same as above.


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Dramatic Question
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Narration: Higher-level business executives who are not


up-to-date on the latest technology can learn from the more
tech-experienced mind of a junior professional in a
revolutionary process called reverse mentoring.

Images:
Reverse Mentoring by LearningDrip. Free to Use, Share, or
Modify. Downloaded from
https://www.flickr.com/photos/learningdrip/6927507798.
Taken on April 13, 2012

Music: Same as above.


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Business Executives
Title/Captions: none

Narration: Reverse mentoring is a forward-thinking tactic that allows one


generation of workers to learn from a different generation to help understanding,
improve workplace culture, and create a dynamic place to work where everyone
is learning and growing together.

Images:
IMGP5492.JPG by mconnors. Free to Use, Share, or Modify. Downloaded from
http://cdn.morguefile.com/imageData/public/files/m/mconnors/preview/fldr_20
10_01_11/file8871263244366.jpg on 29th July 2015

Music: Same as above.


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Definition
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Narration: For example, reverse mentoring is used to pair senior


executives who lack technological experience with more tech savvy junior
employees who are happily engaged with such things as social media
accounts and the latest phone applications.

Images:
Social Media Explained (with Donuts) by Chris Lott. Free to Use, Share, or
Modify. Downloaded from
https://www.flickr.com/photos/fncll/6847365223. Uploaded on February 9,
2012

Music: Same as above.


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Reverse Mentoring
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Narration: In return, the junior employees gain exposure and a


glimpse into the high-level executive world. It changes the assumptions
that seniors should only teach juniors, and allows for a new notion that
juniors should also teach seniors.

Images:
Social Networking Services by wilgengebroed. Free to Use, Share, or
Modify. Downloaded from
http://flickr.com/photos/82655797@N00/5514783718. Uploaded on 13
May 2014.

Music: Same as above.


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Content
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Narration: Reverse mentoring is not only for the workplace, but it can
also be used in any relationship. For example, when grandchildren teach
their grandparents how to use current technology, like iPads. This can go a
long way for the elderly, with the ability to FaceTime and access photos that
are shared online, by feeling that they are never too far away from their
loved ones.

Images: ToonDoo comic by Steffi Soriano

Music: Same as above.


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Emotional Content
Title/Captions: none

Narration: When students give presentations to their


teachers, that could very well be reverse mentoring too. There
are endless possibilities for reverse mentoring in human
resources and in our everyday lives!

Images:
Presentation by geralt. Free to Use, Share, or Modify.
Downloaded from https://pixabay.com/en/presentation-
coach-tutor-business-407291 on 30 July 2015.

Music: Same as above.


Notes: Start music first, and enter voice after 3 seconds,
use fade-in effect.

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