Leading the Multigenerational Workforce
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In this seminar, we will find common ground in leadership and create permanent changes in our organization that create loyalty, trust and a culture of development within our multigenerational workforces.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/24/2017
When: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
From 9:30 AM until 3:30 PM
Where: Space Generously Made Available by Goodwin Procter
Three Embarcadero Center Floor 28
San Francisco, California  94111
United States
Contact: 800-339-4481


Online registration is available until: 10/24/2017
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Registration 9:00 - 9:30am
Program 9:30am – 3:30pm

Qualifies for 5 General HRCI Recertification Credits / 5 SHRM PDCs

Price: Member $195 / General $245
Bring a friend for 50% off general price ($122.50)


SUMMARY
An emerging difficulty in our companies is how to coach, mentor and form lasting relationships with the generation who has the most unprecedented access to information and technology in human history. The way our generations (Boomers, Gen-X and Millennials) interact with each other at work has been well documented as strained. In this session, we will find common ground in leadership and create permanent changes in our organization that create loyalty, trust and a culture of development. You will learn: 

1) The research about generations at work. 
2) How to improve the dynamics between generations at your organization. 
3) How to build connections with your employees across every generation that create bottom-line results.


ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Daniel Stover manages the West Coast office for Integrated Leadership Systems from Los Angeles, California. He received his education from The Ohio State University where he studied Psychology, Criminology and Security & Intelligence. The core of his development and training was in cognitive-behavior psychology and mental health crisis intervention. Through this experience, he learned that his passion and purpose is to help others understand their emotions. 

Dan has concentrated this passion on working with companies ranging in size from 30 to 1,000 employees in ten states in multiple industries. Some examples of his clients are: law, tax and consultative accounting services, healthcare executives, physicians, construction and general contractors, technology entrepreneurs, pharmaceutical manufacturing, robotics manufacturing, university administration and wellness providers. 

The scope of Dan’s work in succession planning, team consulting, coaching, training and development provides insight into the core issues that keep an individual or team from performing at their highest level. Although the work is designed to address emotional intelligence, it is aimed to positively impact the bottom line.