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Take it from a Millennial: Generation Differences in the Workforce

  • 01 Feb 2021
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Zoom Webinar
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NOTICE OF WEBINAR


Take it from a Millennial: Generation Differences in the Workforce


ASHRAE Toronto invites you to join us for a webinar about developing your personal/professional skills and becoming the best version of yourself.


Sponsored by Student Activities / YEA / Diversity Committee


Registration within 24 hours of the event start time cannot be guaranteed due to technical reasons.


Cost: Free for Toronto Chapter Members

$5 for Participating Region 2 Chapters Members

$10 for Non-Members

Date: Monday - February 1st, 2021

Where: Online Webinar

Start Time: 6:30 pm


If you are a member of one of the participating chapters, you can acquire the special access code through your chapter. You MUST register here using your chapter-registered email and name. We will use this information to verify your membership, and failure to verify membership in the participating chapter will void your registration without refund.



Event Summary


Generational differences in the workplace go far beyond the occasional pop culture references. Employees from different generations have different expectations of the workplace. This presentation will cover how generation differences impact the manager/employee relationship as well as team dynamics. The presentation will also cover what employers can do to recruit, retain, and mentor millennials to become their next leaders. Other tough questions will discussed, such as how to balance tried and true strategies while not stifling new ideas.


Distinguished Lecturer 

Pam Duffy

Owner of Spark One Solutions




Pam Duffy, P.E. is the Owner of Spark One Solutions based in Dallas, TX. She has a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Central Florida. Pam has over 10 years of experience in the HVAC industry with roles in mechanical design, application support, technical training, product development, and product marketing. In 2017, Pam was named a Distinguished Lecturer for ASHRAE and travels the globe for speaking events. She is a Life Member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and in was selected as one of Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s 40 under 40. Outside of work Pam enjoys working with her Australian Shepherd, Dixie, on training, tricks, and dog sports.


Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact:

Kajen Singham
ASHRAE Toronto Student Activities Chair
[ashrae.to.sac@gmail.com]




         

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