Connecting Generations in the Workplace
Professional women in middle Tennessee are invited to Williamson Inc.’s Women’s Leadership Conference (WLC). The half-day conference hopes to provide insight on harmoniously uniting generations in the workplace with a focus on mentorship. The conference will take place Tuesday, August 16th, from 8:30am to 11am at Franklin Marriott Cool Springs.
Consisting of three thirty-minute sessions, WLC is where successful business leaders give insight into the differences among age groups in the workplace, tips on creating a united environment and how business techniques from various generations are incorporated into today’s world. There will also be a complimentary breakfast and a chance to connect with over 300 fellow female professionals.
Perri duGuard Owens,
President and CEO of duGuard Communications, will kick off the speaker series by discussing The Power of Female Mentorship. Perri is incredibly experienced in the marketing, communications and public relations fields. As women-led businesses rise, her professional and leadership knowledge will provide the audience with an understanding of the impact of female mentorship.
Following Perri, Melanie Adams is presenting on The Five Generations Workforce. Melanie is the Executive Director of the Center for Executive Education, where she develops leadership programs for hundreds of organizations. She is skilled in understanding the needs of her clients to design a fitted, strategic program to build leaders in the workforce.
Session three will cover Business Insights from the Past and Present, and the speaker is not confirmed at this time.
Online registration is open at williamsonchamber.com. Attendees may pay at the door (subject to availability). Individual tickets for members are $75 and $100 for guests. For more information on group registration or event sponsorship, contact Cortni Beardsley at: email@example.com.