When

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM CST
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Where

Missouri Athletic Club - West 
1777 Des Peres Rd
St. Louis, MO 63131
 

 
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Contact

Carly Carmosino 
Mechanical Contractors Association of Eastern Missouri 
314-571-6600 
carly@mca-emo.com 

From Conflict to Collaboration: Leveraging the Millennial Generation in the Workplace 

EMPLOYEES OF ALL AGES ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND

  

During this morning workshop, thought-provoking discussions will encourage you to think differently about the intergenerational workplace. You will engage in interactive activities that identify the pros and cons of personality labels and individual learning styles and learn how to leverage the very best traits of the millennial generation.  Subject expert and coach, Tim Dean, will provide you with practical tips to improve communication between project managers and trade teams and conclude with insights on management strategies that will help you to better attract and retain millennial workers.  

You will learn to:

  • Define and recognize the generational landscape and understand how millennial backgrounds, characteristics and motivations influence behavior
  • Correct inaccurate use of stereotypes that leads to misguided assumptions and potentially damaging decisions
  • Harness common ground to improve interactions and communication across all generations
  • Recognize millennial learning styles to promote collaboration and trust
  • Incorporate coaching techniques to enhance the employment experience and retention strategy for millennial members.

All ages and generational groups are encouraged to attend this highly interactive workshop!  Managers/supervisors are encouraged to attend with younger employees and vice versa.

Speaker:

Tim J. Dean is a recognized global coach, certified trainer and sought-after keynote speaker with a passion for empowering others to realize their full potential. A published author and motivational mentor, Tim possesses an in-depth knowledge of the five working generations and currently teaches, “How to Leverage Generational Diversity” for the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at St. Louis University. With extensive business expertise across multiple industries, Tim brings a unique and powerful mix of strategy, empathy and real-world insights to every speaking and coaching engagement. Tim holds a Master of Science in Industrial Administration from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Penn State University. Tim’s published work, Coaching Millennials, is available on Amazon in Coaching Perspectives V.