Best Practices for Managing Generational Differences- Part II

Thursday
August 20, 2015
8:30 am to 11:00 am
PA Career Link- Chester County Oaklands Corporate Center 479 Thomas Jones Way Suite 500 Exton, PA 19341

Join the Chester County Worker Investment Board, the Chester County Economic Development Council, and Chester County Career Link on August 20th for this best practices workshop.

Carol Hatton-Holmes presented Turn Generational Differences into Organizational Assets in March of 2015. Feedback from that session resulted in a demand for a follow-up workshop covering how to put best practices in place to optimize generational differences in your organization. Professionals responsible for hiring and/or managing employees need to take the lead to assist their organizations to overcome potential challenges.
For the first time in history, there are four influential generations in the workplace. This workshop will review these generations, discuss the best way to communicate with each and will clarify the expectations and values they share in order to create a dynamic and innovative workplace. Learn how to craft a roadmap that will honor each generation’s unique contributions while focusing on their similarities to implement programs that can increase efficiency, community and collaboration. Case studies will be shared from both local and Fortune 500 companies that have implemented some of those programs and the impact they have had on employee retention and engagement.

Schedule: Registration 8:30 am to 8:45 am
Workshop 8:45 am to 9:30 am
Break 9:30 am to 9:45 am
Workshop 9:45 am to 11:00 am
Continental Breakfast provided

Cost: $45 registration fee
$25 registration fee for Hire One Champions and CCHRA members

REGISTER

General HRCI and SHRM PDC Credits Pending

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Carol Hatton-Holmes has held various positions with IBM, SunGard, GTE and Sprint in national account management, human resources and technical service. In 2011, Carol started her own company to assist individuals and organizations on all things generational, including reversal of employee turn-over and succession planning.

This event is funded by the Chester County Workforce Development Board.

 

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