Trainer and coach Kristin Meyer will teach how to integrate people of all ages in the workplace at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce 2017 Diversity Summit, Leveraging Human Difference: A Strategic Priority for Business Success and Community Prosperity.
As someone who has been employed by multinational corporations in many managerial positions for 20 years, Meyer understands how the three generations in the workforce help make up a successful workplace. Meyer will delve into this strategy in a session she will be presenting for the summit, “Navigate Four Generations in the Workplace.”
According to the chamber, the highly informative session will "address the difference among these diverse groups and the methods you can apply to connect with these generations in an effective way."
Meyer earned her bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of Vermont and was in an International MBA program at the University of South Carolina. She studied adult learning principles and became certified as a career and life coach. She currently works with "individuals and groups to identify barriers and develop plans to conquer that which stands in their way," according to the chamber.
The 2017 Diversity Summit is on Oct. 17 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the TD Convention Center.