Working with Multiple Generations
With five different generations in the workplace, you may experience conflicting work styles, preferred methods of communication and uses of technology. Learn how to be most successful when working with each of the generations. Once you understand their values, expectations and priorities, you can more effectively market yourself.
What You will learn:
- How to be successful in this environment of different generations
- How to implement a personal strategy and work effectively with people in all five generations
About the Speakers
Director of Human Resources Consulting
Debra provides strategic human resources advice to Schenck clients on issues ranging from recruitment and compensation to organizational development, process improvement and leadership development. Debra has more than 25 years of experience working with organizations to evaluate and improve their human resources practices. Debra is highly skilled at analyzing situations and getting to the real issue to help clients find and implement effective solutions. Prior to joining Schenck, Debra led the not-for-profit and government consulting practice at a regional public accounting firm. She received her BBA in management and management information systems from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point and has earned a certificate in organizational development. She is a certified master trainer and belongs to the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and Central Wisconsin SHRM.
|Diane Roundy, MBA
Director of Growth and Business Development
Diane oversees business development for Schenck. She is responsible for developing practice growth strategy, marketing direction, sales management, brand building and business development training. She received her bachelor’s degree in marketing and communication from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. She actively serves on several boards of directors, including the Green Bay Packers and Girl Scouts of Northwestern Great Lakes. She has conducted numerous training sessions on networking techniques and has received several awards for her commitment to the community and the marketing profession.
Muffins, whole and sliced seasonal fruit, sweet potato hash, egg white strata with onions, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and herbs, juice, coffee and tea.
$39 Members of Current | $54 Nonmembers of Current