Training/Workshop

Managing Millennials and Millennials Managing

Where

San Antonio Area Foundation, 303 Pearl Parkway, Suite 114, 78215

When

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Time

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Overview

Learn to become more effective in supervising or working with younger professionals. This workshop is also good for millennial professionals new to leadership and seeking to understand how to better engage multi-generational coworkers.

Description

The math is unavoidable.  As the largest generation in U.S. history at an estimated 80 million plus, the workers born between the 80’s and the year 2000 are hitting the workplace in force.  Outnumbering the Baby Boomers and eclipsing the Gen X’ers outright, these employees are and will continue to move into positions of influence and authority at a rate previously unseen.  Millennials are highly motivated and creative performers who tend to operate on different terms and for different incentives than our traditional American workplace culture. To succeed in the future, every manager, new and experienced alike, will need to learn to flex their style to be able to creatively engage our multi-generational workforce as mentors and teachers in order to bring forward their best performance. The future is here - are you ready? 

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain a better understanding of the strengths, unique characteristics and expectations of Millennials and other generations as employees and how they affect workplace interactions
  • Learn how to negotiate performance expectations with Millennial staff and use accountability through coaching for shared success
  • Assess your own leadership and communication style to learn how to be more effective in connecting with emerging professionals
  • Engage in facilitated peer-to-peer dialogue to help you identify how to make it all work for you 

Who should take this class?

This course is ideal for directors, managers and coordinators, individuals who want to become more effective in supervising or working with younger professionals, and experienced leaders looking for a fresh perspective on creating a culture that works for all generations. It is also a great course for millennial professionals new to leadership and seeking to understand how to better engage multi-generational coworkers.

This workshop is included in our Nonprofit Management Certification series and fulfills three hours in the Managing Staff and Volunteers competency area.

Cost:  $60

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Meet our Presenter:

Francisco A. Gónima is an experienced executive coach, community facilitator, and social sector strategist with a passion for supporting innovation and social enterprise. The first decade of his career was spent in leadership roles with the American Red Cross in Denver, Colorado and then at their National Headquarters in Washington, DC. In addition to his disaster management duties, he was utilized as an “Intra-preneur” for the organization. For the last eight years Francisco has grown a successful executive coaching, leadership development & strategy practice. He provides strategic counsel and expert facilitation services to entrepreneurs, non-profits, and government leaders. As a community engagement expert, he has conducted community-based research and outreach for universities, foundations and government agencies with a focus on building lasting relationships along the way.

Francisco holds a BA in Latin American Studies/Government from The University of Texas at Austin. He is a National Disaster Management & Leadership Instructor for the American Red Cross. He is a member of the International Coaching Federation and received his formation as an Ontological Coach from the Newfield Network. He is adjunct staff for the San Antonio Area Foundation where he is a member of the Leadership Development & Capacity Building Faculty and serves as Collective Impact Coach & Facilitator for the Excel Beyond the Bell San Antonio Network, a coalition of over two dozen youth serving agencies working to extend quality youth development to 100% of San Antonio youth.

REFUND/CREDIT POLICY: The San Antonio Area Foundation has a strict no refund policy.

If the registrant is not able to attend the workshop and/or class, a substitute may be sent. If a workshop and/or class has been unexpectedly cancelled and/or postponed by the Area Foundation, a refund or credit towards another workshop and/or class will be issued. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations received less than 48 hours before a workshop. 

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