EDC Announces March 28 Presentation: Thriving in a Multigenerational Organization
On Tuesday, March 28th, St. Croix EDC will host Dr. Melissa Furman for a 60-minute Zoom® presentation on thriving in a multigenerational organization. It starts at promptly at 9:00 a.m. central time but the online waiting room opens at 8:50.
About the Presentation
As the workplace becomes more diverse and change continues to occur at an accelerated pace, managers and employees are faced with unique challenges. Dr. Furman’s engaging and interactive session will provide recommendations and strategies for thriving as an employee or manager within a generationally diverse organization.
About Dr. Furman
Dr. Melissa Furman is not your typical “academic”. She served as the Assistant Dean and Professor at the Hull College of Business at Augusta University (Augusta, Georgia) for 10+ years, but her passion for career, leadership, and organizational development inspired her to launch Career Potential, a consulting, training, and coaching organization. Her expertise include generational diversity, unconscious bias, leadership success, and emotional intelligence. She brings her background in higher education—particularly business, counseling, and psychology to the conversation to help individuals and organizations achieve success. Learn more at unlockcareerpotential.com.
The presentation is free but RSVPs are required to obtain the Zoom® link. Sign-up here: https://tinyurl.com/ThrivinginMultigen
Dr. Furman’s presentation is sponsored by St. Croix EDC’s 2023 Legacy Members: St. Croix County, WI; Xcel Energy; and Derrick Building Solutions.