Southwest Job Network (SJN) is pleased to announce an upcoming West Valley expert panel discussion. You are invited to join us on Monday, August 10, 2009 for an evening workshop.
SJN greatly appreciates that this event is made possible through the support of and partnership with Glendale Community College.
In today's marketplace, the ability to interface with a diverse workforce is more important than ever. In most businesses today, many generations are working side by side: "Baby Boomers," "Generation X" and "Generation Y." Each generation brings its own perspectives and ideals to the job marketplace, which can result in contrasting viewpoints and approaches. To effectively manage a career in today's business world, professionals must understand generational differences in values, ambitions, views, mindsets and demographics to be successful. Our panel of experts will address your questions and offer best practices for effectively managing the generational gap on the job and during job transition.
5:30-6:00 PM – Open Networking
6:00-8:00 PM – Panel Discussion
You'll take home new ideas and perspectives, and expand your own professional network.
Monday, August 10, 2009 – 5:30 to 8:00 pm
Glendale Community College, 6000 W. Olive Ave., Glendale, AZ 85302
Building: Student Union, Room 104/Conf Center Meeting
Parking Lot: S1
Overflow Parking Lot: S2
Registration and Fees
Free Event - Due to limited seating capacity registration required, walk-ins seated on a space available basis.
Voluntary donations will be much appreciated to assist in funding ongoing operating costs for SJN.
Brad Taft is an employment consultant, author and public speaker, as well as the Chief Career Strategist of the Taft Resource Group. With over 25 years experience in the recruiting, organizational development and career management consulting fields, Brad has keynoted and delivered workshops on a variety of employment topics including talent management, diversity and career development.
Chad Graham covers the workplace for the Arizona Republic. He has been on staff of the Advocate magazine, the Des Moines Register, the Associated Press and the Hollywood Reporter. He got his start in Washington, D.C. as an assistant press secretary in the U.S. Senate.
Amy Notbohm is a Human Resources Manager for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, the largest private professional services firm globally. She began her career with PwC as a tax professional after completing her bachelors degree in Accountancy from ASU and following that with a master's degree in Taxation, also from ASU. Since her transition to human resources, she has spent much of her time in operations, staff development, recruiting, and review and compensation. Most recently, in December, Amy started directly supporting PwC's diversity and inclusion programs for the SoCal/Phoenix Market including acting as a liaison for the employee resource groups and delivering key diversity programs such as the Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy and Black History Month Celebration in the Los Angeles office and a discussion forum titled "Life Changes: Work and Motherhood" for the Phoenix office.
Moderator: Jennifer Rue currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Southwest Job Network and regularly volunteers to support SJN curriculum and events. Jennifer has served in numerous leadership positions at CVS Caremark including Director, Pharmaceutical Information Support Assistant Vice President of Sales Training and Strategic Event Planning, Vice President of Human Resources and Strategic Staffing, Vice President of Clinical Services and Vice President of Marketing. Jennifer possesses her Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR) designation and is the owner of Talent Powering LLC, a human resources talent consulting firm in Phoenix, Arizona.
Dress is business casual for this event.
SJN Voicemail: 480-513-1491
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