Webinars – May 2017

Jim PennyJim Penny
Managing Different Generations for Maximum Impact
**This will be a LIVE webinar on May 2, 2017 11:00 AM CDT

“I don’t think they heard a word I said,” is a common complaint, whether referencing management to employees, employees to management, or employee to employee communications, especially if the employees are from different generational groups. In this webinar, generational expert Jim Penny will identify the different generational groups, explain how each generation interprets communications differently, and show how to motivate ALL of your employees, regardless of age or generational group. If you’ve got the pieces in place, but things aren’t running smoothly, you should attend this webinar.

Shelton J. GoodeDr. Shelton J. Goode, DPA
Diversity Strategies that Yield Results: What Works and What Doesn’t
** TBA

Diversity managers who want to integrate cost-effective, battle-tested initiatives don’t have enough tools and resources to identify and apply best practices to actual work situations. These programs demand time, energy, and money—and the empirical evidence about outcomes is limited. The few studies out there contradict each other, which can make it nearly impossible to determine what practices to implement.


Adeola OduwoleAdeola Oduwole, MSc
Creating Your Diversity Strategic Plan: Using Alignment to Get Things Done
** TBA

Without a strategic framework you don’t know where you are going or how you are going to get there. It is this framework that gives coherence and direction to programmatic activities and actions, such as planning to conduct strategic planning, covering the background issues that need to inform or direct the strategic planning process, and then defining the strategic framework for the diversity initiative. This presentation will offer a detailed strategic planning methodology for taking an organization through a diversity strategic planning process that can be integrated to fit into the overall planning process for your organization.


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