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In an ever-changing and shifting workforce, management is faced with the challenges that arise when employees span the generations. To be effective leaders, we must remove biases and differences that exist across the generational divide.
During this unique development workshop, you will discover real-world insights and practical research for managing employees who are entering the workforce, those who are looking to retire, and everyone in between. Hear from dynamic speakers focused on leading Millennials and participate in a panel with top HR leaders to discuss experiences with cross-generational management.
John “Buddy” Hobart is an author, speaker, leadership expert, radio host, and entrepreneur. In 1994, Buddy founded Solutions 21, a global enterprise that provides leadership and management solutions to companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 enterprises. Ex3 Matters, an organization Buddy founded in 2012, is focused on arming experienced business leaders with the knowledge and tools necessary to address key strategic business challenges and position themselves in the marketplace as a go-to consultant.
An author of four books and the host of his own radio show, “The Consultants Corner,” Buddy has been quoted in publications such as USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. He has also presented at numerous events about his research on world-class performers, leadership, “game film”, and Gen Y. Buddy’s most recent publication, “Gen Y Now: Millenials and the Evolution of Leadership,” was featured in the Wiley Press in 2014.
Dale Kalika is a senior lecturer in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship in the W. P. Carey School of Business, and a management and marketing consultant. Her teaching and research interests include managing the Millennials, business ethics, women and leadership, and meaningful work in the new economy. She is currently conducting a study on the role transition of Millennials from college into the business environment.
Dale has spoken about Millennials at the Academy of Management, the Western States Communication Association, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, and to various trade associations. She has also discussed Millennial issues in the national media, including Chicago Sun Times, Phoenix Business Journal, The Arizona Republic, and Career Bliss.
Prior to joining academia, Dale worked in human resource management and marketing, primarily in Fortune 500 companies.
Registration and payment is due by October 15, 2014.
Cancellation requests are handled based on the date they are received, in relation to the date of the workshop.