Here is a press release on an intriguing-sounding May 12 workshop re “The Risk of Ignoring Millennials,” as below:
Terri Klass Consulting, a New Jersey based leadership skills training organization, and The Lindenberger Group, a local human resources consulting company, conducted interviews with professionally employed Millennials and their managers around the world. They will share the results of their research at a breakfast workshop on May 12 in Princeton. “The twenty-something’s, 75 million strong in size, are joining organizations with a zest to lead and perform, but sometimes bring with them different ideas of work/life balance,” says Terri Klass. “Integrating this generation into the workplace provides managers with a fresh set of challenges, but also a new set of opportunities,” adds Judy Lindenberger.
Who: Human resource professionals, managers, business owners
What: Breakfast seminar on The Risk of Ignoring Millennials
When: Thursday, May 12, 2011 from 8:00 am to 10:00 am
Where: Main Street Euro-American Bistro, 301 North Harrison Street, Princeton
Cost: $75 per person (group discounts available)
Register: By May 7th by calling (609) 730-1049 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to a delicious breakfast and networking with other professionals, Klass and Lindenberger will describe fictional situations and ask participants to provide advice to the protagonists. Through discussion and fun activities, participants will learn strategies to manage a multi-generational workplace.