September Meeting: "A New Approach to Generational Issues" with Jessica Kriegel

  • 14 Sep 2015
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • 1410 Ethan Way, Sacramento, at the Los Rios CCD’s Workforce and Economic Development Center. Park in the South Parking Lot for direct access to the conference center.

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A New Approach
to
Generational Issues
with
Jessica Kriegel


Jessica is also the author of 

a forthcoming book
“Generational Issues ...has Issues”
to be published by Wiley in early 2016.


 

Date: September 14, 2015


Time:  11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 


Location: Los Rios Workforce and Economic Development Center, 

1410 Ethan Way, Sacramento


 
Generational issues are a hot topic these days: executives ask how they can attract Millennials to their company, managers ask how they can retain Millennials, Millennials struggle to relate to their Baby Boomer colleagues, and HR departments are frequently being brought into the conversation to weigh in. 


This session addresses all issues frequently associated with inter-generational dynamics including attraction, retention, interpersonal issues, marketing, and understanding by challenging conventional wisdom about generational differences.


  • Reflect on how you interact and communicate with people of other age-groups. 
  • Deconstruct why we experience generational issues and how to avoid it.
  • Learn practical tips on how to understand different generations.
  • Gain tools to create inter-generational understanding with your clients/within your organization.

 


Jessica Kriegel is a Sr. Organizational Development Consultant for Oracle Corporation, where she acts as an adviser and strategist in matters of organizational development, change management and talent development. She is also CEO of In The Sac, a mobile app development company. 


She is a professor in Human Resources Development and has a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Management with a specialization in Human Resources Development as well as an MBA in International Business. Her doctoral dissertation research focused on inter-generational dynamics and she speaks at national and international conferences on the topic frequently. 


She sits on the board of the Downtown Sacramento Partnership, The Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera, and the Nehemiah Emerging Leaders Alumni Association. She was awarded the Sacramento Business Journal's 40 under 40 award in 2014 and Association of Talent Development "One to Watch" Award in 2015.




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