with Deb Mohlenhoff and Amie Hendrix
Monday, April 22, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fee $70, includes light refreshments
Borg Warner Conference Room, Tompkins County Public Library,
E. Green St. at S. Cayuga St., Ithaca (driving and access directions below)
Presented by the Human Services Coalition
Co-sponsored by the Tompkins County Public Library
Baby boomers are disgruntled and stuck in their ways. Millennials (or are they xennials?) are over-confident and work-shy. And Gen X, well, they are just stuck in the middle.
These are some common stereotypes and assumed working styles that people in the workplace apply to people from different generations. The extent to which these differences actually exist is debated, but with people retiring later and different generations working in the same space, there is a real opportunity appreciate our differences and maximize cooperation, teamwork, and effectiveness.
In this workshop you will understand different age groups and how to best engage all employees in ways that will enhance working relationships across generations.
- Gain a better understanding of the perspectives, behaviors, and needs of different generations of employees
- Address the differences (and similarities) in managing and leading between generations
- Learn how to lead multiple generational teams while preserving and growing morale and motivation
- Exchange actionable ideas about how to improve relations between employees of differing generations
About the Presenters:
Deb Mohlenhoff is the Director of Student Activities and the Student Center for Tompkins Cortland Community College. She a member of the City of Ithaca’s Common Council and the Acting Mayor for the City of Ithaca. She is also the Program Director for Leadership Tompkins, a local leadership development course for business and non-profit leaders.
Deb currently serves on the board of the National Society for Leadership and Success, the nation’s largest student leadership honor society. She was a founding member of the young professional organization Ithaca Forward, now known as Tompkins Connect. Deb was also a longtime volunteer with the American Cancer Society and served on the National Training Team for Relay for Life. She was also an essential organizer of Ithaca’s Wizarding Weekend festival and coordinated the local Ithaca Is Love photograph to honor and support the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting and the local LGBTQ community.
Deb earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Ithaca College and a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in non-profit management from Binghamton University.
Amie Hendrix is Deputy County Administrator of Performance and Innovation for Tompkins County. She has more than ten years of experience in government and not-for-profit administration. Prior to her current position, Amie served as Tompkins County’s Director of Youth Services and as Community Partnership Director for the American Lung Association. She also served as the Youth Action Coordinator at Rochester’s Huther-Doyle Memorial Institute and as Senior Assistant and Director of Youth Programming for the American Red Cross of the Finger Lakes. Amie holds a Master of Science degree in Strategic Leadership from Roberts Wesleyan College and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Niagara University.
Registration and Payment
All registration sales are final – we are unable to refund or transfer fees onto a different workshop for missed
sessions. At times a workshop may be cancelled due to inclement weather or other issues. If this occurs, we will post the cancellation on our website: www.hsctc.org/workshops, email all registered participants, and refund any prepaid fees. If you plan to walk-in, please check our website for the most up-to-date information prior to attending.
Limited scholarships are available to agencies whose non-profit board and staff members cannot attend without one. To request a scholarship, email: firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the workshop.
Coffee, other drinks, and snacks are provided at all workshops; lunch is not provided. Attendees at sessions in the Borg Warner Room may leave and eat lunch on the beautiful Ithaca Commons.
Please notify us if you have any special needs; the Coalition wishes to make its workshops accessible to everyone.
For the comfort of everyone, HSC workshops are fragrance free. We appreciate your cooperation.
The Coalition is a United Way agency