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Join your colleagues for a delicious hot buffet breakfast and stimulating seminar on “Engaging Millennials” with GPSEG member Suzanne F. Kaplan, President of Talent Balance Members - $27.50 Guests - $32.00

When: Thurs., May 14, 2015
7:30am - 10:00am
Where: Manufacturer's Golf Club
511 Dreshertown Rd.
Ft. Washington, Pennsylvania  19034
United States
Contact: Maureen Waddington

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Mocha Cappuccino Grande Please: Engaging Millennials

(One hour CPE credit)

•  At 80 million strong, Millennials will soon represent nearly half the U.S. labor force

•  15% already have leadership roles 

•  Misaligned recruitment, communication styles and expectations result in sales revenue decline

Advances in technology, education and upbringing have produced major differences in the way generations work and communicate. Learn how to cut through the hype and focus on the reality of Millennial values, motivators and communication styles. Suzanne shares 5 strategies for integrating your workforce and improving productivity.

Suzanne F. Kaplan, President of Talent Balance

Suzanne F. Kaplan, President of Talent Balance and GPSEG colleague, is a generational consultant, speaker, and writer who specializes in teaching audiences how to increase workforce performance through multigenerational integration.

Suzanne has deep experience in both the public and private sectors, having partnered with a wide range of organizations in pharmaceutical, financial services, healthcare, consumer products, academic and nonprofit sectors.  Prior to starting Talent Balance, she was Managing Principal of MultiCultural Solutions.  Previously she held a variety of corporate executive positions in employee relations, organization development, corporate business and strategic planning.

Approved for CPE credit by the PA State Board of Accountancy!



Guests may register and pay via credit card by phoning Maureen Waddington or Linda Volz at 215-393-3144.