Unless you're planning on closing your doors and retiring to the Bahamas, Generation X, Y or Z are not only here to stay, but are the key to your future, whether you decided to keep working or not.
Generation Y or "Millennials" (born between 1980 - 2000) are currently 36% of the workforce and in 5 years will be 50% of the workforce. Sure, they're different. They think and act in ways that are really different than the way we were raised.
This fun and interactive session will:
Help you understand the strengths and challenges of different generations working together
Provide tools to tap into younger people's skills and talents
Provide ways for you to stay calm and keep your cool when communicating with different generations.
If you have a specific concern or situation that you would like addressed in this session, please email Marty Stanley before
February 4, so she can be sure to include ways to handle it: firstname.lastname@example.org
SMACNA-Kansas City Chapter was founded in 1930 to address issues of member firms that impact the industry locally, nationally, and internationally. It serves members' needs to improve their competitive advantage and business environment through SMACNA construction and fabrication standards, industry education, labor relations, industry marketing, business studies, and exceptional safety training. In the political arena, SMACNA has a full-time office on Capitol Hill, which works with congressional committees.