March 23rd | 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn & Suites | 8511 Hudson Boulevard | Lake Elmo, MN 55042
For over 20 years, Diane Amundson has been working with hundreds of organizations to improve communication, reduce conflict, and improve workplace efficiency. She has worked with a large number of notable clients including McNeilus Steel, Subway, Federal Mogul, and the Mayo Clinic.
Diane is a graduate of the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, and a former Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behavior for Winona State University. She has worked in sales and marketing in a leadership position with General Mills and Pepsi-Cola. In addition to her passion for leadership, she has traveled the world working on humanitarian projects in Mongolia and India.
Diane has also experienced leadership as the General Manager of Express Personnel Services, Express Business Solutions, and Co-Owner of Work Wise, a business consulting firm. Her passion resides in observing and communicating the talent and skills necessary to become a great leader.
Diane will be speaking on:
Keeping it Real: An Introduction to the Millennials
Millennials born between 1982-2001, also known as Generation Y, currently make up thirty six percent of the workforce and by 2020 will make up close to half of the workforce according to Forbes magazine.
As an employer, do you understand how to tap into the strengths of this generation? As a baby boomer, are you wondering why they often need more praise and explanation as to “why” things work?
In this informative and humorous presentation you will learn how to work more effectively with this bright, always-on, instant gratification generation.
In addition you will learn how:
- This generation’s beliefs, values and ideals were shaped
- To recruit and retain them in your business
- To engage them in community work
Diane Amundson’s dynamic, fun, and many times humorous presentations help effectively drive home the message of how to resolve conflict, improve workplace communication, and increase productivity.
Please RSVP to Jodi Sward at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 651-788-6586.