Motivating Across Generations

Tuesday, December 2, 7:30pm


Location: London Pub, 9724 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4C 1V8

Fee: $15 plus a small Eventbrite processing fee



Managing MillennialsMillennials (those born 1981-1995) are the fastest growing generation in the workforce today. Last year, they represented close to one-third of the Canadian Labour Force. By next year, Millennials also known as Gen Yers will outnumber Baby Boomers in the workforce.  That said, the Millennials has different work requirements and expectations than the Baby Boomers and Gen Xers who manage them. Understanding these differences will help managers to be effective and their Gen Yers to flourish.

Does your traditional talent management strategy work for the Millennial Generation? How can an organization effectively attract, recruit, manage and retain the Millennials? More importantly, how can a manager effectively lead a multi-generational workforce. This workshop looks at the behavior similarities and differences of the Millennials versus their Gen Y or Boomer managers. The group will jointly come up with talent management strategies and tactics to take with them to embed into the corporate strategy.

Speaker: Agnes LanAgnes Lan (@agneslan), MBA, P.Eng. is a seasoned Management professional and has designed numerous workshops on this topic over the last 15 years. Having managed projects in Asia and North America of budgets upwards of $100+ MM, her people-oriented approach in project management establishes her credibility with her clients, team and business community. Agnes is very passionate about people and sees talent management as key to business success. She specializes in helping organizations be more effective through behavioral analytics and implementation of best practices.

It’s Wings Night at the Pub. Order a drink and the Chapter will buy you a pound of wings.
*Note: Please drink responsibly and arrange for a safe ride home

Friends and family are also welcome.