November 2020, Chapter Meeting - Leading Today’s Workforce
Today's workplace is unique. Never before has there been four (and sometimes five generations) working side-by-side. The skills that worked in "Old Story" organizations will not work with today's “New Story” workforce. This program is about changing the way we view and interact with others so that we can harness the energies of bosses, peers, and employees to produce more effective and efficient results.
- Identify the strengths and challenges of working with today’s workforce
- Describe the difference between the "old" and the "new" style of leader
- Understand what motivates the new workforce
- Embrace the differences while staying focused on outcomes
- Adjust leadership/communication style to meet the needs of today's workers
About the Presenter:
Martha Bryan is a management consultant, author, speaker, and seminar leader who speaks nationally and internationally regarding the development of human potential and personal excellence.
With an educational background in teaching, she has taught at both high school and college levels and has held positions in both government and private industry. Her work career expands from farm laborer and cafeteria helper to positions in staff support, sales, training, and personnel administration. She has served in leadership positions for a number of organizations -- chair of college advisory boards, president of women's organizations, president of personnel administration organizations, and chairman of a financial institution. After 20 years of working in public sector administration, Martha resigned to start her own speaking, training, and consulting firm.
Fascinated by what makes some individuals strive to be the very best, Martha has devoted her life to studying peak performers. She is a highly effective organization consultant and dynamic public speaker who is recognized for her informative, down-to-earth, and entertaining keynote presentations and workshops on motivation, personal effectiveness, leadership, customer service, and change management. Her programs on implementing quality, excellence, leadership, vision and strategy, self-esteem, and success psychology bring about immediate changes and long-term results. She gives such practical ideas, methods, tips, and techniques that participants emerge excited, enthusiastic, and eager to apply her ideas in their work and personal lives. You will enjoy spending time with her!
Meeting Locations - Online - Zoom Meeting
- PDUs: 1.0 (Leadership)
- Pre-registration Expires: Preceding day of the presentation
- Cancellation Policy: RSVPs may be cancelled by 5:00 p.m. Thursday before the event. Cancellations after this time are treated as no-shows and will be invoiced. Send cancellations to VP of Professional Development.
- Substitution Policy: Substitutions will be allowed. Alternate Attendee will need to notify the registration desk at the meeting as to who he/she is replacing.
- NOTE: Webinar registrants will receive an online invite the day before the event. Those using employer-issued machines at home and connecting via VPN may need to use the phone for audio.
Meeting Agenda and Times:
- Login - 4.45 PM
- Announcements - 5:00 PM
- Presentation - 5:15 PM
$15.00 Non Member - Speaker Only
$10.00 PMI-CIC Members - Speaker Only