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Chamber University: Generations in the Workplace
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With five generations currently in the workforce, learning about individual's different potential identity markers can be a helpful way to better interact with each other.

 Export to Your Calendar 12/18/2018
When: Tuesday, December 18
8:00 AM
Where: Lansing Regional Chamber Board Room
500 E. Michigan Ave., Suite 200
Lansing, Michigan  48912
United States
Contact: Michelle Rahl
517-853-6457


Online registration is available until: 12/18/2018
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No generation is one monolithic group of people who all behave exactly the same way. So why are we so hung up on generations in the first place? It’s actually important to consider what makes them tick because this is the first time in history that five distinct generations are in the workplace simultaneously. Learning about people’s different potential identity markers can be a helpful way to better interact with each other.And members of each generation do have traits that differentiate them — a combination of characteristics largely based on the circumstances in which each cohort came of age.

SpeakerKenneth J. Levine, Professor, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, Michigan State University

Kenneth J. Levine has more than 20 years of experience teaching, researching and presenting on topics related to organizational communication and small group dynamics. Currently on the faculty of the Department of Communication at Michigan State University, Dr. Levine has expertise in intergenerational workplace communication, workplace socialization, organizational culture, organizational change, superior-subordinate communication, workplace motivation and workplace stress and conflict. He also works with groups and business organizations to improve the effectiveness of brainstorming as well as to increase the productivity and creativity of interacting groups. Before earning his Ph.D. in Communication, Dr. Levine was a litigator for a law firm in Cleveland, Ohio and a political campaign manager, and he brings this experience to his discussions about the interactions among communication, law and politics.

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