Lunch & Learn: Generations in the Workplace

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Name: Lunch & Learn: Generations in the Workplace
Date: February 7, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM CST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
What are Lunch and Learns? A series of quarterly seminars that will feature expert speakers presenting timely topics on which all business can relate. Whether it be HR issues or the next trend in social media, Lunch & Learns will provide a local resource for education to activate growth for Jones County businesses. FREE for members to attend*, there will be ample networking time to meet with a cross-section of Chamber members and Jones County professionals.
 
Next Topic:
Generations in the Workplace

 
 
Why you should attend:
NETWORKING + PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Organizations don’t thrive without people.  Those leading organizations must be in the business of learning people and their characteristics.  In this presentation, discover the characteristics, values, motivations and communications styles of generations, including Boomer, Millennials and Gen X.  Participants will walk away with an understanding of how generations influence our lives and the workplace and learn strategies to boost sales and increase revenue from the generational perspective. 

Join us for our FIRST Lunch & Learn of 2019!
 
 
More About the Speaker – Terence Norwood:
Terence presents regularly throughout Mississippi for organizations on leadership, change management, generational characteristics, communication, and is a certified Real Colors Personality facilitator. He coordinates the Mississippi Tax Collector Education & Certification Program and develops designs and delivers educational programs for county Tax Assessors and Collectors.  He has been invited to present at state, regional and international conferences.  Known for his engaging and down to earth presentations, Terence has reached county and municipal officials, state agencies and organizations in every corner of Mississippi and many others across the county.  Norwood has presented for the International Association of Association of Assessing Officers Annual Conference, AL & MS Rural Tourism Conference the National Association of Educational Procurement-TAGM, Mississippi Association of Personnel Administrators and many other state governmental associations.   
 
Awards for Terence include: 2018 Mississippi State University Extension Geoff Guyton Innovation in Extension Technology Award & 2016 Customer Outreach Award; 2012 Outstanding Oral Presentation Award, Graduate Research Symposium, Mississippi State University; 2012 Most Innovative Research Award, John C. Stennis Institute of Government.  He received his Bachelor’s in Secondary Education-Speech Communications and Master’s in Public Policy and Administration from Mississippi State University. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Instructional Systems and Workforce Development, also from MSU.  He resided in Magee, MS with his wife and son. 

More About the Speaker – Rachael Carter:
With over 15 years of community and economic development expertise, Rachael provides analysis and education for elected officials at the city, county state and national levels.  Focusing on economic analysis, community engagement, tourism and natural resource policy, her work has been featured by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Main Street Center and National Public Radio’s Market Place.  She has worked with over 150 towns in the southeast to assist them with their community and economic development needs.  Rachael has successfully implemented over $3.7million in grants and contracts for Mississippi State University in a leadership role, $2.8 as Principle Investigator or Co- Principle Investigator.
 
Prior to her work with MSU Extension, Carter served as the Director of Tourism and Natural Resource Policy for the Stennis Institute of Government, where she managed multiple outreach and research project to address policy issues in the state. Carter has experience working with projects pertaining to unconventional oil and gas resources and has served as a guest lecturer for the National Society of Petroleum Engineers, the National Landman Association, the Environmentally Friendly Drilling Alliance Advisory Board, the Mississippi Forestry Association, Mississippi Water Operators Association, and the Mississippi Women for Agriculture Association, among others on this topic.  Rachael has also served as the Vice President of civil design build firm, Bigbee Valley Civil. She has also managed her family owned and operated equine business since 2005, with clients including multiple national and world title holders in the equine industry.

SPONSORSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE!
Contact Amanda Roll,
601.335.4828
or amandar@edajones.com,
to support this or future Lunch & Learns!

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Location:
Jones College
C.L. Neil Building

Ellisville, MS 39437
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Date/Time Information:
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Agenda:
11:00 AM: Registration, Buffet Lunch Open
11:00-11:30 AM: LUNCH
11:30 AM-1:00 PM: LEARN

 
Contact Information:
Amanda Roll, Chamber of Commerce Director 601.335.4828 or amandaj@edajones.com
Fees/Admission:
  • *All Chamber members receive TWO free registrations.
  • Tables of 8 are available for members, $90, and for non-members, $130.
  • Additional member company attendees may attend for $15 each.
  • Nonmembers are invited to attend for $15 per registrant.
  • Register online ABOVE or contact the Chamber office 601.335.4828 or 601.649.3031 for registration assistance.
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