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    Chapter Meeting and Program: Managing Millenials to Older Workers

    Date: April 13, 2016, 11:15am – 1:30pm
    Country Club of Peoria, Peoria, IL
    $40 nonmember, $25 member, student or first time guest
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    11:15am 11:30am Registration
    11:30am 12:00pm Lunch and Networking
    12:00pm – 1:30pm  Program 
    Today, our workforce is by a majority comprised of 3 generations: Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers and Millennials.  Managing a diverse group can be challenging.  Once you remove the stereotypes, facts vs. fiction and me vs. them you will find that there are actually some things that are in common.  Understanding the differences is the key to managing these groups.  Learning what really matters and motivates each group will have the potential of expanding productivity and produce exceptional teams.  The truth is; organizations benefit the most when they are able to leverage diversity of experience, talent and knowledge.
    Speaker Bio:
    Shalesse Pie, a native of Peoria, has been in the Human Resources field for 18 years and is currently the Superintendent of Human Resources with the Peoria Park District.  She earned her B.A. from the University of Illinois and completed her EMBA in 2005 from Bradley University. Shalesse has her (PHR) Professional Human Resources certification as well as her SHRM-Certified Professional designation.  As a contract trainer with AAIM Employers Association, Shalesse has presented on various topics and human resources learning series.
    Shalesse has had the opportunity to volunteer for several boards and committees as well as share her knowledge, skills, talents, and abilities as a keynote speaker at several career day workshops throughout Central Illinois.
    She believes that she is obligated to use all that she has learned to challenge, inspire, and encourage others.  


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