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April Luncheon & Workshop: The Next Generation of Generational Thinking

The Next Generation of Generational Thinking

4/18/2018
When: 04/18/2018
11:30am - 1:00pm (or 3:15pm)
Where: Doubletree - Lloyd Center
1000 NE Multnomah
Portland, Oregon  97232
United States
Contact: Nikki Schutte, SHRM-CP, PHR
503-655-6474


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April Luncheon & Workshop

Luncheon

The Next Generation of Generational Thinking

Presented by: Kim Arellano, CEO Workforce Evolution

Organizations are focusing on generational differences to avoid conflict, attract and retain the next generation of the workforce.  However, research demonstrates stereotyping generations may actually be hurting, not helping, multi-generational work groups.  

This session focuses on re-framing generation generational differences as a diversity and inclusion issue by applying a systemic approach and lens to understand generational shifts.  The attendees can participate in an experiential workshop designed to apply the information into their own work groups and organizations. 

At the end of the presentation, the participants will: 

  • Understand the current approach to generational conflict, attraction and retaining the next generation of the workforce and the impact on organizations based on current research.
  • Identify the system shift and impact of past generations on current work environments to predict the needs of the current and future generations.
  • Leave with ideas on how to mobilize stakeholder groups to enrich diversity and inclusion programs as well as leadership development strategies for the next generation.

Workshop (optional)

Using the luncheon presentation as a tool,  attendees participate in an experiential workshop designed to apply the information into their own work groups and organizations. 

At the end of the workshop, the participants will: 

  • Through dialog and experiential learning, the participants will evaluate their existing work environments for ways that generational conflict and generational myopia has impacted their work environments.
  • Using Action Research methodologies, the participants will identify the system shift and impact of past generations on current work environments to predict the needs of the current and future generations.   The participants will analyze organizational need for shifting business and identify areas within their existing work environments where a different generational perspective can address challenges.
  • Using Action Research methodology, the participants will leave with action plans on how to mobilize stakeholder groups to enrich diversity and inclusion programs as well as leadership development strategies for the next generation.

About the Speaker

Kim Arellano spent 19 years in the high-tech industry working her way through will and talent from admin positions through sales positions and finally as a regional director of sales for a multi-billion dollar tech company. In addition to extensive corporate experience, for sale
she has risen to leadership levels in non-profit organizations including president of a women’s networking group and executive director of a hospital foundation.  Kim has a talent for mobilizing leaders and creating strategic vision and direction. She is very goal oriented and organized in her approach, while maintaining an atmosphere of support and encouragement of ideas.
As Kim progressed through her career she found that she had a growing interest in tackling a difficult problem she observed in her corporate tenure— a lack of understanding in how to create a space for innovation and creativity to thrive in the workplace. As a leader she often felt there was a better way to secure even more corporate success that embraces the human potential to be highly effective. Kim’s vision, mission and passion are to help corporate America encourage a humanistic approach to the workforce. She believes that by capturing and empowering creativity of individual workers, organizations can create the next wave of innovation through empowering healthy intrinsic motivation, and minimizing personal, departmental and generational conflict. This effort requires a deeper understanding of systems thinking, human motivation and behavior, all of which highlight Kim’s demonstrated skills and talents.
She has since created Arellano Consulting to deliver her public speaking, facilitating, organizational and management skills to individuals, corporations, non-profit and community based organizations.  Kim is the host of Walk the Talk with Kim radio show on KKNW AM1150 and streaming worldwide.  The show focuses on emerging and successful leadership in mission driven organizations.  She is also a featured Blogger on Next Generation Workplace Issues  for Girl Power Hour, a Seattle-based women networking organization.
Kim holds a B.S. degree in Human Services Management and Masters of Science in Psychology, with a focus on organizational psychology.  She is currently a doctoral student studying psychology and organizational systems at Saybrook University and is a Certified Counselor with the Washington State DOH. Kim is a trusted Human Resources Professional (PHR), who works within organizations to identify areas of concern that inhibit creative thinking and block organizational success. She is a member of the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology (SIOP) as well as the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).  Kim has completed certification as a Certified Pathwise Trainer and Advisor.
Kim Arellano lives where she grew up in the Snoqualmie Valley for over 33 years. She is a wife and a loving mother of two wonderful children. In addition to the human brood, Kim is an avid horsewoman and trainer/foster home for canine rescue organizations. As a woman business owner herself, she is devoted to mentorship and support of mission driven organizations and causes.

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Additional Information

 

Agenda

  • Registration & Lunch: 11:30am - 12:00pm
  • Lunch Program: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
  • Workshop (optional): 1:15pm - 3:15pm

 

Pricing

 

Luncheon + Workshop:

  • Members: $65 (members must be “signed in” to receive member pricing)
  • Affiliate Members: $65 (email Chapter Director for registration)
  • Non-Members: $100

Luncheon Only:

  • Members: $30 (members must be “signed in” to receive member pricing)
  • Affiliate Members: $30 (email Chapter Director for registration)
  • Non-Members: $50

Recertification Credit

 

Luncheon + Workshop:

  • SHRM: 3 PDCs(approved)
  • HRCI: 3 credits (approved)

Luncheon Only:

  • SHRM: 1 PDC (approved)
  • HRCI: 1 credit (approved)

Parking

Parking is available and covered by PHRMA in the parking lot attached to the Doubletree. However, please note that parking is available on a first come, first served basis and can fill up quickly.

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