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11/7/2019
When: Thursday, November 7, 2019
2:00 - 5:00pm
Where: Normandale Lake Office Park - 8400 Tower Training Room
5600 West 84th Street
Training Room 130
Bloomington, Minnesota  55437
United States


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November Partner Program: Leading a Multi-Generational Culture that Engages and Retains Employees

Facilitated by: Mike Scott, General Manager Dale Carnegie North Central U.S. and Jennifer Huber, Market Director, Dale Carnegie North Central U.S. 

  

 

For organizations to realize the full potential of a multi-generational workforce requires an awareness of generational differences, combined with a commitment to move beyond them through the development of trusting and productive professional relationships. Leaders, especially, are well-served to stay alert to their own bias, and help others get beyond the stereotypes.

 

While much of what matters for engagement is consistent across generations, success continues to require getting to know each other as individuals, valuing and appreciating each other’s contributions and helping to guide employees to achieve their specific career goals. The pay-off for successfully integrating workers of all ages is a powerful combination of enthusiasm, innovation, perspectives, approaches and experiences from which any organization can benefit.


What You’ll Learn- strategic and practical tools!

  • Uncover the employee engagement drivers that are relevant to all generations  
  • Develop an environment that helps engage and retain them through an organization’s succession planning process
  • Understand the recent research and results for employees in the workplace
  • Discuss strategies to positively impact engagement among multi-generations in your organization

 

Why you want to learn it

As leaders engagement starts with us. With millennials pouring into the labor pool, it’s important for your ongoing succession planning to know how to motivate and keep them. It’s not cost effective for organizations to offer extensive training to new hires, only to see them leave shortly after their training is complete. If you are able to engage and retain your employees, strategic goals and cost savings will be dramatic.

 


Panelists

Patrick Karsnick

Global Director of Talent Development

Patrick Karsnick is the Global Director of Talent Development for the Digital Manufacturer Protolabs. Patrick has spent the past 20+ years as a leader in the Talent Development space with a passion for creating a culture that enables every employee in an organization to achieve their goals and dreams!


 

 

 


Kristin Gaarder

SVP Human Resources & Corporate Services

 

Kristin Gaarder is an international human resources executive who creates business value through an engaged employee population. She is a visionary transformer who orchestrates sustainable change and leads enterprise-wide initiatives leveraging data and analysis. Known for her ability to deliver results, she removes barriers to ensure conditions exist for every team member to achieve success.

 

Currently, Kristin is the SVP Human Resources & Corporate Services for Amplifon and was previously the General Manager of Nilfisk High Pressure Washers and VP of Human Resources.  She is on the board of the HR Executive Forum and is recognized as a Top Woman Leader in Minnesota.

 

 


Amy Burstein

Senior Director of Talent Acquisition at Magnet 360, a Mindtree company

Amy Burstein is a human resource and recruiting professional with senior level leadership experience. She is known for her expertise to design and develop great people strategies including recruitment and employee engagement.  Her passion is driving the Talent Acquisition strategy that a attracts diverse group of individuals.

Amy is currently the Senior Director of Talent Acquisition for Magnet360, a Mindtree company and she is the recipient of the prestigious Pillar award (recognition for the top 5% of Mindtree talent),  for the last three years. Mindtree is a global technology services firm, with offices around the world. Her Talent Acquisition team is successful in the competitive environment of hiring high demand technology professionals.

 


Kendra Brodin

Director of Lawyer Talent at Briggs and Morgan, P.A.

Kendra Brodin is a leader in talent identification, development, engagement, and retention. As Director of Lawyer Talent at Briggs & Morgan, Kendra is responsible for attorney recruiting at all levels, associate evaluations and engagement, attorney professional development, diversity, and innovative well-being initiatives.

Kendra is a past president of Minnesota Women Lawyers, an association of more than 1300 women attorneys. Kendra is also the chairperson of the Law Firm Leadership Program of the Hennepin County Bar Association, supporting and guiding the next generation of law firm leaders. With her unique background as a lawyer, social worker, and executive coach, and Kendra is a popular speaker and trainer on topics related to personal and professional fulfillment and achievement.

 

 


Agenda

2:00 - 2:30pm    Registration and Networking

2:30 - 4:45pm    Program

5:00pm             Closing & Happy Hour

 

 


Event Fees

Student Member $25
Member $50
Non-Member $75

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

                           


Location Directions

8400 Tower Address:
5600 West 84th Street
Bloomington, MN 55437

 

8400 Tower Parking Ramp:
Entry and exit from 83rd Street
Entry and exit from Normandale Lake Boulevard

 

Then come in to 2nd Level/B and cross the main lobby to the elevator bank.

Take the elevator down to 1st floor.

 

 


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*This event has been awarded 2.0 Business Credits through HRCI 

 

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