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AGENDA will include…
10:45 check-in opens
11:15 Program starts with INTRODUCTIONS and Moderator’s Commentary
11:45 Opening talk
Customer service and Corporate Lodging
Colin Daley, Executive Director of Sales,
LEVEL Furnished Living
12:00 Lunch served, informal discussions
12:45 – 1:45 MILLENNIALS (GenY) and the EVOLUTION of LEADERSHIP
Examining the Multi-Generational Workforce
ROB O’DONNELL, Managing Director of Consulting Services
Today, there are an unprecedented four generational groups coexisting in the workplace. This demographic diversity poses a challenge for employers, in terms of creating and managing harmonious workplaces, where each generation’s unique values and office expectations mesh.
The newest group to enter the workforce, Generation Y, poses a particular challenge for organizations. Generation Y is not only different from past generations, but also misconstrued in many ways.
This talk examines the current multi-generational workforce, focusing specifically on Generation Y. In doing so, we debunk many of the myths associated with this demographic and explain how all generations can be a tremendous workplace asset.
Incorporating the ideas generated from this talk will not only benefit retention within your organization but also create a more satisfied workforce across the board.
1:45 – 2:00 BREAK
2:00 – 4:00 Short presentations and audience participation
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’S DIVERSITY ACCELERATING PERFORMANCE via TALENT MOBILITY in order to SUCCEED in the KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY and the 4th INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Moderator: Ed Cohen, Editor & Publisher, GLOBALHR and GlobalBusinessnews.net
Andres Ruvalcaba, MSHR
Vice President Human Resources
Head of Learning and Development
Karen A Clark
Senior Vice-President, Multicultural Strategies
City National Bank
Manager, Workforce Diversity and Inclusion
Additional thought-leaders from companies and subject expertise will be announced