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Date: Thursday, February 14, 2008 Time: 8:00 AM Networking, 8:15 AM Breakfast, 10:00 AM Conclusion NEW Meeting Location: Jumping Brook Country Club 210.

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1 Date: Thursday, February 14, 2008 Time: 8:00 AM Networking, 8:15 AM Breakfast, 10:00 AM Conclusion NEW Meeting Location: Jumping Brook Country Club 210 Jumping Brook Rd, Neptune NJ (directions at Register no later than 4:00pm on Friday, February 8, 2007 online at Events/Upcoming Meetings or by contacting Kathi Evans, via at Or JSAHR’s voice mail (732) Registration Fee (including breakfast) is: $25 for JSAHR members, $35 for non - members, $15 for those In-Transition, $5 additional fee for walk-ins. (Please attend if you RSVP. No shows will be billed.) Special Notice This program is pending approval for 1 recertification credit hour toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or re-certification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www www The Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources, a Superior Merit Chapter presents: Journey through the Generations – Managing in a Multi-Generational Workplace Presented by JSAHR Members Dr. Don R. Swanson and Dr. Alan Fazzari Employers and employees are presently facing the newest diversity issue in our workplaces: age diversity. The dynamics of the four, soon to be five, generations are something Human Resource professionals need to be aware of. The varied wants and needs, communication styles, attire preferences, family-work balances, authority issues and collaboration skills should create an awareness for Human Resources from their recruitment strategies to the building of bench strength. The differences among the age groups on one hand have created stress, conflict and frustration. Yet, these same variations have also become a major source of increased creativity and productivity unsurpassed by any industrial era in history. The one-size fits all cookie cutter mentality will no longer apply if your organization wishes to achieve overall bottom line success. Join Drs. Don Swanson and Alan Fazzari as they take you on a journey of the: Traditionalists ---- Boomers----X Generation----Millennials You will also have an opportunity to see first hand through short one act role plays how each generation might react to critical areas of organizational development. If approached with respect and flexibility, the generational divide can actually become another bridge to a Strategic Human Resource intervention. About the Presenters: Dr. Alan Fazzari has served in many Human Resource positions for over 26 years including VP of People Services, Quality and Six Sigma for a major electronics manufacturing company. SHRM and its Chapters have recognized his teams on numerous occasions for innovative programs in HR and Organizational Development. Most recently in 2006, he was the runner up in SHRM ’ s Human Capital Business Leader of the Year award for his work leading a Six Sigma Quality initiative that netted millions of dollars in process and product development savings. He has also worked for the past 12 years as a part-time professor at several Universities including The College of Saint Elizabeth, Monmouth University and Thomas Edison State College in New Jersey. He instructs both on site and on line in the many areas of Human Resources, Management, Health Care Economics and E-Commerce. He received his Doctorate from Rutgers, his MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University and MA from Montclair State University. Dr. Don R. Swanson is Professor of Communication and Chair of the Dept of Communication at Monmouth University. There he teaches the HR communication sequence in the MA in Corporate & Public Communication program that he founded in Don is also the Principal Communication Counsel of Communication Success Associates. For the past thirty years he has designed and conducted an extensive range of training programs, and worked as an executive coach, mediator, and consultant. Don has assisted with the preparation of numerous professionals for their unique communication challenges. He has served as the Director of Communication for US Congressional campaigns, coach to executives preparing for appearances, law school instructor of trial advocacy, and coach to attorneys and witnesses as a member of the American Society of Trial Consultants, He is a senior associate with Communication Research Associates,


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