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Understanding Generation X, Y, and Z with Fire Chief Glen Mitchell
July 19 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm HSTFree
Today, there are at least three distinctive generations in every workplace. Baby Boomers are team players, love social interaction at work, and invest time to work their way up. Gen X-ers are skeptical, determined to do a good job, but also go home and have a life. Millennials (Gen Y-ers) have little patience, and if they’re not happy or content… they leave.
While generational diversity in the workforce promotes a broader range of talent, it can often mean conflicting ideas and stereotyping – the Baby Boomers think Generation X needs a stronger work ethic, Generation X sees the Boomers as self-absorbed workaholics – and everyone thinks Generation Y is selfish and self-entitled.
By 2025 (6 years), 75% of workforce will be Gen Y. Do we have the understanding and leadership tools to minimize the difference at work and at home?
NOTE: This is a free event for the public.
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Fire Chief Glen Mitchell
Chief Glen Mitchell is currently the Fire Chief at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport on Oahu, Hawaii. With over four decades of service with the Hawaii Department of Transportation – Airport Division, Fire Chief Mitchell oversees the daily operations of the eight FAR 139 Certified Airports ARFF – Units, 230 members, throughout the State of Hawaii. A strong believer in the power of positive thinking and training to motivate his members, Chief Mitchell also owns a training company, Ho’oma’ama’a LLC, that has been credited with opening of 37 Five-Diamond Hotels & Resort around the world in the last 35 years.