“Working Across Generations” Seminar
As many of us can attest personally, the working world is constantly changing. Gone are the days of the individual contributor, who toiled alone without much interaction from others. Teams and teamwork are now the norm and only those who adapt to this way of working will be successful in their careers.
The make-up of the workforce has changed as well. Baby Boomers, GenXers and Millennials may work together on a single project. Each generation brings a different set of skills and values to the work place. The successful team recognizes and capitalizes on these differences.
This seminar will explore multigenerational differences and similarities. Gain practical insight on how to manage potential issues and build productivity in a multigenerational workforce.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
5:30-6:00 PM Registration and Networking
The Inn at Towamencin
|Speaker Information:|| Our speaker, Susan Morris, M.Ed, CPCC, ACC, is an instructional designer, consultant and business coach with more than 25 years of experience. She is the President of the Morris Consulting Group, LLC. She is a consultant and coach to the pharmaceutical industry, exclusively to R&D scientists and technical experts. Starting her own company in 2002, Susan designs customized management and leadership training solutions, is an organizational development consultant to global project teams and a certified executive coach.
$30 per member of Delaware Valley Sections
Limited space is available for this event… register before Friday, March 12. Cancellations before the deadealine will be fully refunded.
This event has been cancelled.
For questions regarding refunds, please contact Sue Schultz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 302-885-1560.