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Success Express Workshop Series
HOW TO SUCCEED WITH INTEGENERATIONAL COMMUNICATION


Date:December 13, 2017 Location: Clark University Southborough
333 Turnpike Road
Southborough, MA
Time: Registration: 8:00 am
Seminar 8:15-10:30
Cost: Chamber Members: FREE!
Non-Members: $55 per registrant


How to Succeed with Intergenerational Communication

Presenter: Danielle Clark, Nichols College Graduate & Professional Studies
Current and Emerging Leaders 

For the first time in history, there are five different generations in the workforce. Research has shown that each generation is unique and distinctive in their own way; bringing their own perspectives, strengths and styles to an organization and business relationships. Although varying generations think and work differently, research has also shown many similarities across the generations.

Do you know what these differences and similarities are and how to use them to your benefit?

In this hands-on workshop:
  • you'll learn more about the five generations through myth busting 
  • have a clearer understanding through educational talk 
  • participate in interactive splitting exercises

You'll leave with a deeper understanding of how to more effectively motivate and communicate with other generations, thus meeting more of your organizational goals. 
Event Information
Date:
December 13, 2017
Location:
Clark University Southborough Campus
333 Turnpike Road, Southborough, MA
Time:
8:00am Registration
8:15 - 10:15 am Program
Cost:
FREE for Corridor Nine Members
$55.00 for Nonmembers (must prepay)
Presenting Program Sponsor

About the Presenter:

Danielle Clark is the Director of the Master of Organizational Leadership (MSOL) Program at Nichols College. She has more than 10 years of human resources, operations and leadership experience working with both Fortune 500 and family-owned companies. She stays current in her field by providing HR consulting to local businesses and life/career coaching to emerging and current leaders. She is a doctoral student at the University of South Florida and is expected to graduate with her DBA in 2019.