New Seminar: Generational Differences in the Workplace

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Generational Differences

in the Workplace

Understanding, Adapting and Moving Forward

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We will take a brief look at the demographics, and societal implications, of all five generations currently in the workforce to understand how each has been affected and molded by their generational experiences. Then we will focus on the upcoming generations – Millennials and Generation Z – and explore actionable strategies for engaging and retaining those generations in the workforce.

headshot Lesli BeaversOur presenter will be Lesli Beavers, Director of Workforce and Business Solutions at Clark State Community College, who has a diverse background in direct industry, nonprofit and higher education. Lesli originally moved to the area as General Manager of Pies and Pints, LLC and opened the restaurant location at The Greene in Beavercreek. In this role, Lesli had direct experience in recruiting and retaining local workforce, employing and supervising a staff of 75 employees. Lesli is a graduate of the Leadership Clark County program, is currently serving as the Vice President of the Beavercreek Women’s League, and has been involved in several other local and regional associations. Nationally, Lesli is currently a participant in the National Council for Workforce Education’s New Workforce Professionals Academy.

August 7, 2019

WHERE: Clark State Community College Xenia Campus
(next to Xenia YMCA), 336 Progress Dr., Xenia, OH

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The seminar is FREE for XACC Members and $25 for non-XACC members and lasts from 11:30am  to 1 pm. Participants can purchase a boxed lunch for $8.00 from Sweets Boutique or “brown bag” it. Registrations are required and attendees must be registered by 8/1/2019. For more information, please contact the Chamber at 372-3591 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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