1770 South Amphlett Blvd.
San Mateo, California

The generation gap has become the generation chasm, with four generations coexisting in today's workforce -- Seniors, Boomers, Generation X'ers, and Millennials. Each generation has different work styles, values and expectations that HR and line managers must understand in order to recruit, retain, build intergenerational teams, and communicate effectively across the generations.

At the same time, team members must understand how to work effectively with their colleagues to achieve personal and organizational goals. Leave this workshop with concrete strategies you can use immediately to:

Adapt HR systems - onboarding, benefits, rewards, etc. - to appeal across the generations;

Identify core strengths of different generational team members;

Leverage the diversity of unique strengths despite work style differences

Enjoy a light breakfast compliments of Alliant Credit Union.

About the Presenter
Barbara Miller has thirty years of experience consulting to private, public and nonprofit organizations. A few recent clients include: Hewlett Packard, Twitter and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Barbara has taught organizational theory and change management at the University of San Francisco's Master's Degree program and at UC Berkeley Extension and Dominican University. She has authored a workbook, ReInventing Work: Innovative Strategies Relinking Life and Livelihood to Benefit Business and Staff. This workbook has been published in Hebrew and Japanese and can be purchased at www.ArtemisManagement.com.

Sponsored by:
Alliant Credit Union, an Affinity Partner of NCHRA, offering an exclusive financial benefit to NCHRA members -- Alliant membership. Earn more on savings with our above-market savings rates and save more on loans with our below-market loan rates. Plus, NCHRA members receive a host of other special benefits from Alliant. Visit http://www.alliantpromos.org/nchra/ for more information.

Official Website: http://www.nchra.org

Added by FullCalendar on February 16, 2011

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