LEADING FIVE GENERATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE
September 16th, September 25th, September 26th, November 7th, November 26th
Today it's commonplace for five generations to be working side by side within an organization. This recent phenomenon is contributing to the newest and probably most significant workplace challenge for today's leaders. Research shows that bridging the generation gap leads to a more productive and happy work environment. Managing a specific generation (e.g., the Millennials) is no longer enough. It is now critical for a leader to understand, manage, and communicate cogently across all ages.
As New-Brunswick's population continues to age, those left in the workforce will be faced with challenges never seen before. Eddie LeMoine will bring participants through a journey to understand the impact of the aging population and how to create a workplace that will attract and retain a winning team. You will discover how to work across five generations, in a multicultural and diverse workforce.
FOOD & BEVERAGE ATLANTIC
Various training and networking sessions
Food & Beverage has a long list of events focused on industry training, food safety, export workshops, export business missions, and conferences. Click on register to view all current events.
NEW BRUNSWICK BUSINESS GROWTH SUMMIT
September 18th, October 9th, October 30th, November 19th, December 3rd
A must-attend event for businesses in any sector who are in growth-mode in the region. This province-wide series of events is designed to spark and
support growth for local businesses.
This event is an opportunity to gain insights into four key
themes and challenges that businesses are faced with today
in New Brunswick: SALES, INNOVATION, PRODUCTIVITY & TALENT
September 28, 2019
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