February 17 Winter education Series 8-9:30, Generational Differences
Tuesday February 17, 2015 Generational Differences presented by Kenny Rambo, Senior Vice President of HCC, Inc.
The workplace can present challenges to management in terms of generational differences. As older workers delay retiring and younger workers enter the workforce, the work environment has become a patchwork of varying perspectives and experiences, all valuable to say the least. While having various generations in one workplace can present communication problems and conflicts, there are many benefits of such a variety. We will discuss the various generations present at work, what motivates them, and how to work together on a daily basis.
Heartland Communications is a marketing communications firm dedicated to helpingclients succeed. In this role, Kenny helps clients build brands and deliver consistent messages with special attention to new media including the web and social media. Since 2007, Kenny has also been a part of ECTC Workforce Solutions as a Workforce Trainer, presenting workshops on soft skills to thousands of employees from companies throughout central Kentucky. www.heartlandcommunicate.com
Classes are held at the Meade County Extension Office, 1041 Old Ekron Road, Brandenburg. Doors open at 8 for coffee and morning snacks, and classes start no later than 8:20 am.
At the Chamber, we notice who is making an impact, large or small, and consider this when choosing Member of the Month. A chamber member may nominate another member and should be specific in explaining why their nominees merit recognition.
During the month of January we get to look back and share that impressive list of business that are actively supporting the mission of the Chamber and standing up as great community supporters. Members of the Month for 2014 were: Ship N Print, Brandenburg Nursing and Rehab, Communicare Inc., Meade County Public Library, Golden Manor Hotel, Outdoor Specialties, Cecilian Bank, Meade County Fiscal Court, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, America’s Best Value Inn
The business selected is announced and recognized at each monthly luncheon. A photo is taken at your place of business and presented with a press release to the media. The photos and press release are also featured on the home page of our website at www.meadekychamber.org, and on our face book page. Our electronic sign in front of the Chamber office announces the Member of the Month until the next luncheon. The Member of the Month is one of the values of being a member of our chamber.