Learn How Businesses Can Thrive in a Multi-Generational Workplace
Free event for the business community Fri. Nov. 15 at Newtown focuses on how to communicate across five generations
The Center for Workforce Development at Bucks County Community College welcomes the business community to a free, half-day seminar Friday, November 15, on “Thriving in a Multi-Generational Workplace.”
The event on the Newtown Campus, including a free breakfast, will change the way participants see and communicate across the five generations working side-by-side in today’s workplace. Attendees will be empowered to use this knowledge to produce a competitive advantage in their organization.
The morning begins with registration and breakfast at 8 a.m., followed by the keynote speaker at 8:30 a.m., A panel discussion follows, including successful business leaders from a cross-section of industries who will share strategies for building a workplace culture that results in a fulfilled workforce.
Keynote speaker Tom Rhoads is an executive consultant and executive coach known for dynamic leadership training and organizational development, and innovation for unlocking human potential. He has provided executive coaching to C-level executives at CBS, Wall Street firms, and large financial institutions, as well as family-owned businesses, start-up enterprises, and nonprofit organizations.
Panelists include Kathy Piunti, vice president of human resources at SofterWare, Inc., an eight-time winner of the Delaware Valley Top Workplaces award. Other panelists include Bill Sheffer, vice president of commercial lending at First National Bank & Trust Co. of Newtown; John Shegda, president of M&S Grinding & Meron Medical; and Eric Wilhelm, President of KVI Group. Other panelists may be announced at the event.
“Thriving in a Multi-Generational Workplace” takes place in the Gallagher Room, located in the Rollins Center on campus at 275 Swamp Road, Newtown, Pa., 18940. Parking is free.