Conference Agenda

Registration and Networking

Celebration Breakfast and Networking

Zap the Gap – From Boomers to Linksters, How to Work with Multiple Generations

This presentation will help participants to think more
about the methods they use to reach out to the New Millennium,
Gen X and Baby Boomer generations. Zap the
Gap offers a comprehensive thoughtful and humorous
look at the generations of Americans in the workplace,
and the life events that shaped each generation’s work styles, traits,
buying habits and needs. Because generations are in a constant state of
flux, what worked last year does not work today. What seemed like a
perfect solution yesterday is the source of tomorrow’s problem. Learn
from Meagan Johnson what you can do now to make the most of each
generation in your workplace!

Networking Break

Community Project: Irving Cares

Since 1957, Irving Cares has offered a hand up,
not a handout, for Irving families in crisis. The
agency served 12,312 unduplicated individuals
in the Irving community last year, and the need
continues to increase. By providing limited financial
assistance for rent, mortgage and utilities, employment services,
food pantry, and information and referral, Irving Cares promotes a
client’s self-sufficiency.