Human Resource Workshop Series presents "The Multi-Generational Workplace"
Human Resource Workshop Series
"The Multi-Generational Workplace"
How younger generations think, act and behave, with tools and tips
Guest Speaker: Kevin Thompson, Assistant Professor in-Residence, University of Connecticut
Join us for an in-depth discussion on understanding how multi-generations think, act and behave. Developing, motivating and retaining the best and brightest talent from all generations is the key to any organization’s success. This highly informative workshop offers the sophisticated and practical generational intelligence to manage the distinctive perspectives, motivations and expectations of each generation employed in your organization.
Kevin Thompson is an Assistant Professor In Residence in the University of Connecticut School of Business Department of Management where he teaches human capital courses in the Human Resources Management graduate program and at the undergraduate level, as well as the strategy capstone course for undergraduate business students. Kevin advises honors students on experiential honors projects and is a service learning fellow leading experiential, service learning projects for the School of Business.
Kevin is a member of the Academy of Human Resource Development where he has presented on developing millennial employees and contributes to the adult learning scholar-practitioner and learning and development special interest groups. His research interests include learning and development supports for the millennial generation, leading millennials and qualitative inquiry. Kevin serves as the president of the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery Board of Directors and consults on the organization’s training business and programs. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and has worked as a business leader in entrepreneurial settings, learning leader in Fortune 100 companies and leadership and learning consultant for non-profit organizations.