Generations & Learning

  • June 18, 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast 131 S 69th St. Milwaukee, WI
Despite the obvious differences that age brings, there are other generational factors that have an impact on how things are perceived and interpreted. Each generation has been impacted by their own set of experiences, which forms how they view and react to the world.

This workshop will help you gain a greater appreciation for the value each generation brings to the workplace and how to leverage that for the success of the organization.

You will learn to:

- Identify the four generations active in today’s workplace
- Describe the values, assets, and characteristic differences between the generations
- Create strategies to leverage generational diversity
- Incorporate specific learning styles by generation into programs

Kristi Kittel-Millhiser SPHR, Inspired Training Institute

In addition to being an Organizational Learning and Development Consultant with Inspired Training Institute since 2005, Kristi is the Vice President of Administration and Finance for four Wisconsin – based Home Instead Senior Care franchises.

She is passionate about creating interactive learning experiences that drive business results through custom curriculum development, savvy instructional design and engaging facilitation style. Kristi’s ability to connect seemingly unrelated topics (i.e., erupting volcanoes with production specifications, beach balls with running a business) result in workshops that truly engage, enlighten, and inspire participants

She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a master’s degree in Management and Organizational Behavior. Kristi is certified in the Information Mapping method of design and documentation and certified as an experienced MBTI practitioner.

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