Headlines highlight generational differences rather than the positive contributions each generation brings to the workplace. Appreciating the value each person offers unites everyone's efforts toward shared goals, fostering mutual trust and sustainable returns. This benefits customers, employees, shareholders and broader communities - creating a more just and harmonious culture.
At this lunch event, you'll learn how to work with different generations using the below principles.
• Focus on the Person
• Mutual Respect
• Common Goals
• Learning from Each Other
• Understanding, Emotional Intelligence, and Empathy
This approach benefits customers, employees, shareholders and broader communities - creating a more just and harmonious culture.
• Meet with experienced professionals in small groups,
• Make meaningful connections with other professional women, and
• Learn more about how women can uniquely contribute to business.
Jacqueline Moy, Partner at Porter Hedges LLP, and Katherine Seiler, Associate at Taylor Book Allen & Morris, will start the conversationthrough an interactive presentation. Everyone will then break out into small, multi-generational discussion groups. You will network with your peers and receive mentoring in a small group setting.
This networking lunch will be held on Thursday, November 8 from 12 noon to 1pm, located downtown at the offices of Grant Thornton 700 Milam St, Houston. Lunch is included. $15.