OC November Chapter Learning Event: Knowledge Sharing: Mind the Gap with Millennial Leaders

  • 11/18/2015
  • 10:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DoubleTree Club Hotel, 7 Hutton Centre Dr., Santa Ana, CA

Registration

  • NOTE: Members can only register other members under the same registration. If you want to register a different member type, please start another registration.
  • For registrations after earlybird pricing ends and walkins. Members can only register other members under the same registration. If you want to register a different member type, please start another registration.
  • For members of ATD-LA, ATD-SD, ATD-IE, and ISPI-LA. Members of ATD National are not eligible for this rate. (If you are a member of ATD-OC, DO NOT Register under this category. Please login and register as a member.)
  • For members of ATD-LA, ATD-SD, ATD-IE, and ISPI-LA. Members of ATD National are not eligible for this rate. (If you are a member of ATD-OC, DO NOT Register under this category. Please login and register as a member.)
  • For registrations after earlybird pricing ends and walkins.
  • For registrations after earlybird pricing ends and walkins.

Pre-registration is now closed. But we welcome all walkins at the door.

Think again, if you believe Millennials are the managers of the past. They think, work and live differently. Many of them are responsible for teams, departments and organizations that resemble a 4-generation family reunion. In 2015, Millennials officially became our largest workplace generation. As a generation, millennial leaders are serious, valued contributors filling our talent pipelines.

Join us to explore the myths and truths of millennial managers. Devon Scheef explores and explains the knowledge sharing gap that perplexes many organizations – the gap between organizational legacy (“how we do it here”) and millennial leaders who are unencumbered with past practice.

Looking for clues to make a better organization for Millennials and your established workforce alike. Devon shares insights from The Learning Café’s latest primary research about millennial managers. In 2012 – 2014, The Learning Café gathered the views of over 400 millennial managers, their bosses, colleagues and team members about Millennials and how they lead.  Devon shares snap shots of Millennials as formal organizational leaders, how they view their own leadership, and what we all need to know and do about knowledge sharing within our organization.

About the Presenter:

Devon Scheef, Co-Founder of The Learning Café, is a specialist who creates fast, flexible, practical solutions for talent development to grow leaders, knowledge share, and bridge the generation gap at work. She is a visit workforce experts for the website eHow. She is the author of The Personal Learning Model, a unique approach to bolstering on-the-job learning capacity and the co-author of Mentoring: A How-To Guide published by the American Society for Training & Development. 

Devon holds an Executive MBA from the University of Southern California and undergraduate degrees in psychology, religious studies and business.  She is qualified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), FIRO-B and a variety of assessment tools, including 360 degree feedback.

Her clients span 100+ organizations and a dozen industries. Devon is actively working with AIG, Novo Nordisk, Parker Aerospace, Alliance Data, Experian and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.

http://www.thelearningcafe.net/2011/02/knowledge-transfer-as-wisdom-sharing-2/

SCHEDULE:

10:45 AM  Registration, Doors Open Informal Networking

11:05 AM  Welcome & Structured Networking Activity

11:45 AM  Lunch

12:00 PM  Keynote Speaker



This topic aligns with ATD competencies of Knowledge Management

To find out more about the ASTD Competency Model for the Training and Development Profession, visit http://www.astd.org/Certification/Competency-Model.


Take your knowledge to a new level and get access to exclusive info about the Competency Model for ASTD National members by becoming a Power Member (member of the Orange County Chapter and National). Find out more here.

About Registration:

Earlybird registration ends at 5 p.m. on the Monday before the meeting.

For evening meetings: Pre-registration closes at noon on the day of the meeting, but walkins are welcome.

For lunch meetings: Pre-registration closes at noon on the day before the meeting, but walkins are welcome.

Cancellation/refund deadline is noon on the Monday before the meeting. No shows will be charged in full.





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