Bridging the Generation Gap

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MHCEA Webinar

Date:5/16/2017
Start Time:12:00 AM
End Time:12:00 AM
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Provided by MHA Center for Education

 

Supported by Missouri Health Care Executive Assistants

Date & Time

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Noon – 1 p.m.


Register online by Wednesday, May 10, to ensure delivery of instructional materials.

MHCEA member — Complimentary
Non-MHCEA member from MHA-member hospital — $225
Non-MHCEA member from nonmember hospital — $275

Please note that your registration request will be submitted to the organizer for approval. Upon approval, webinar access information will be sent to the email address indicated on the registration form.

The webinar registration fee is for one phone line connection. Additional phone line connections each will be charged a registration fee. Multiple participants on the same connection is encouraged. Get more value by inviting colleagues to join you!


Audience

Everyone is encouraged to attend.


The following program content was provided by the speaker.


Overview

This presentation will help “Bridge the Gaps” in the work environment by providing a detailed look into each generation and offering new ideas on how to tolerate differences. Have you ever heard someone at work whisper under their breath, “Kids these days, they just don’t understand?” This presentation will help broaden your perspective and help you learn to focus on co-workers’ talents verses their differences.


Objectives

  • review generations in the workforce
  • find commonality amongst co-workers

Topics

  • basic history on generations
  • unique qualities and traits
  • create a respectful workplace with tolerance

Speaker

Shannon “Shay” Homeyer
Executive Assistant
Mosaic Life Care
St. Joseph, Mo.

Shannon “Shay” Homeyer is a Nebraska native who transferred to Missouri in early 2015, taking a job at Mosaic Life Care as an executive assistant, where she works in the advocacy department. Homeyer is a veteran of the USAF Reserves and attended Nebraska Wesleyan where she achieved a BS degree in 1996. She has experience with local government serving as a city clerk treasurer, has a legal background working as a manager of a law firm, as well as a coordinator for an organ and tissue bank. Working in the community of St. Joseph allows her to expand on her volunteerism with Habitat for Humanity and local Food Banks.


MHCEA Membership

Nonmembers who register for the webinar also can apply their registration fee to membership dues. Register today for the webinar and reap the benefits of Missouri Health Care Executive Assistants membership.