Business Growth MAP Alliance, “Bridging the Generational Gap”

8:30 am – 10:00 am Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Today's workforce is made up of five generations. With employees ranging from teenagers to those in their twilight years, how we communicate, motivate and reward employees matters. Breaking down communication barriers to achieve results may make the difference in keeping our most important asset, our people.

Join Lisa Keohokalole Schauer as she reviews the characteristics of the five generations, identifies the broad differences, and discusses the results when we blend and mix generational attitudes and beliefs. 

Cost is $10 per person. No cost for students with a valid WSU student ID. Space is limited. Register now to reserve your seat. For more information, contact bgmap@wsu.edu.

About the speaker: 
Lisa Keohokalole Schauer leads a team of facilitators, storytellers and strategic communicators at PointNorth Consulting. Previously she had ownership stake in an engineering and construction management firm and led its business development, communication, HR, finance, compliance and IT functions. In 2018, she was appointed by Governor Inslee to serve as one of nine regents for Washington State University. 

Location:
​​​​​​​Columbia Bank Community Room, Hudson Building, 101 E. Sixth St. Suite 100, Vancouver, WA 98660

Event accessibility

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