5:30pm - Doors Open and Registration
6:00pm - Dinner/Networking
6:30pm - Presentation Starts
7:30pm - Presentation Ends
How to Understand, Motivate, and Retain, the 5 Different Generations in the Workforce
For the past 13 years, Sue and Tricia have been speaking about, and training on, the “New Generation Gap.” This gap encompasses not just two generations, as in the past, but the five generations that currently coexist in the workplace: Traditional, Baby Boomer, Generation “X,” Millennial, and Generation Z.
In the early 1900’s the longevity of men was only 47 years old - one generation, same values, leadership style, and motivation working together. Now, men and women are living and working into their 80’s – many differing set of values, work styles, preferences, ideas, attitudes, and motivators having to coexist. As a project manager, better understanding the generations will give you not only insight as you navigate these differences, but practical ideas on how to attract, motivate, and keep excellent employees from all generations.
Sue Porter CPLP, CMEC, D.I.S.C. Trainer, coach and mentor and Dr. Tricia Peña, 20-year school principal, coach and mentor have 65 years of combined experience as organizational leadership speakers, coaches and trainers, providing staff training and leadership development in conflict resolution, communication, team building, behavioral styles and generational intelligence.
Both Sue and Tricia are passionate about leadership and management. Tricia is currently an adjunct professor at Northern Arizona University with 14 years as an executive board member of state and national professional associations. Sue is a Past President and five-year board member for the Association for Talent Development, Tucson, Arizona. For more information see their LinkedIn profiles: Sue
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