Bridging the Communication Gap Between Generations & Developing the Workforce of the Future
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM (CST)
- Explanation of the four generations and what makes each unique.
- Most common types of miscommunication between generations.
- Practical strategies for promoting understanding between generations and eliminating conflict.
- What is the make-up of the future workforce.
- Understand how to attract, retain and motivate as a leader.
About our Speaker, Sherri Elliott-Yeary – Generational Guru
Sherri Elliott-Yeary is known as the Generational Guru because of her expertise in helping employees and employers bridge the generation gap to work more productively and achieve a competitive advantage in the marketplace. As a Senior Human Resources Professional with over fifteen years of experience, Sherri has seen her share of on the job squabbles. She’s learned from experience what works and what doesn’t in an era where four distinctly different generations must all work together and get along.
Sherri’s unique insight into generational problems in the workplace has made her a sought-after speaker and leader in the HR community. Her book, Ties to Tattoos: Turning Generational Differences into a Competitive Advantage explores the differences between all four generations and offers practical strategies and advice for bridging communication gaps, minimizing risk, and promoting harmony within the organization. It also outlines the best ways to attract, retain, and motivate the top talent from each generation. The book is available through Amazon.com in print and on Kindle.
When & Where
Tower Club Business Alliance
The Tower Club Business Alliance is a community of business executives in mid-large cap companies and Tower Club members that formed to provide a platform for education, relationship building, and fun.