Understanding Conflict in the Multigenerational & Multicultural Workplace
Date: February 24, 2023
Kennesaw State University - SCMPD
3201 Campus Loop Road NW, MD 5900
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Time: 8:30pm – 12:00pm
Deadline to Register: February 17, 2023
Description: How to effectively work in a multigenerational and multicultural workforce. Examine generations at work with a focus on Millennials, the largest workforce group. Interactive discussion and lessons learned from case studies.
Certificate of Completion will be provided for 3 hours of continuing professional education.
Darina Lepadatu, Ph.D.is Professor of Sociology and International Conflict Management at Kennesaw State University. She specializes in Diversity in the Workplace, Transnational Migration and Conflict Management for Managers. Dr. Lepadatu, an award-winning book writer who conducted extensive research in the auto industry, is the Past President of Georgia Sociological Association.
Cynthia Pearce LeMay, Ph.D. is a senior-level researcher with over 30 years of executive and consulting experience, focusing on conflict resolution strategies, intergenerational conflict, and the Millennial generation. During her career, she has negotiated billion- dollar agreements, participated in union negotiations, and led a Human Resources Department. Cynthia holds a Ph.D. from Kennesaw State University where she teaches in the business school while continuing her consulting and training business.Register Here