Continue to make communication mistakes: do not attend chamber luncheon and workshop
Posted 10 - 22 - 2008
Strategic Government Resources President Greg Anderson will speak at Fourth Friday Luncheon.
Kelly Services, Inc. is the October Fourth Friday Luncheon sponsor.
The Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce Fourth Friday Luncheon topic is “Understanding and Managing Generations in the Workplace.” The lunch program is noon to 1 p.m., Friday, Oct. 24 at Hotel Fredonia and is presented by Strategic Government Resources President Greg Anderson.
“Today, more than any time in our history, different generations with such diverse outlooks are being asked to work together,” Anderson said. “Processing generational information is tremendously valuable to employees of all ages, because it often explains the baffling and confusing differences between generations that often drive our assumptions of each other. Understanding generational information is critical to blending multiple generations at work for, and not against, an organization.”
Immediately following the lunch is a three-hour workshop led by Anderson. Attendee reservations are required for the lunch program and the workshop. Lunch is $16 at the door. The optional workshop is $49 per person for Chamber members and $79 for non-members. Please call 936-560-5533 or visit www.nacogdoches.org for a registration form.
If unable to attend the workshop following the luncheon, an addition workshop date is set for Thursday, Nov. 6 at the City Rec Center. The cost for that workshop is $79 per person.
According to Anderson this is an opportunity for business and community organization leaders to learn the secrets of successful organizations that accommodate employee differences, create workplace choices, operate from a sophisticated management style and nourish retention to provide a positive and productive work environment for all generations.
Anderson has 20 years experience training, coaching, managing and working with non-profit and for profit agencies. A speech, communications graduate from David Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, Anderson has addressed crowds ranging from seven to 7,000. He has authored three educational curriculum sets for teens, facilitated in-service training for private and public school systems, lectured at the collegiate level, and trained private and public sector employees on a variety of topics for organizations of multiple sizes.