The Annual Chapter Meeting was held on Saturday October 13, 2018  11:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Holiday Inn Grantville, 604 Station Rd,Grantville, PA,17028. Thank you all that attended and couldn't make it. 

We had an amazing speaker, Myles Miller, who discussed the topic of Generational & Cultural Diversity. The presentation focused on how to work well with everyone and learn how to understand the generational and cultural differences that make us unique discover practical application to use in dealing with differences in the workplace. If you weren't' able to make it, Myles has been kind enough to distribute his presentation. Please see attached.

In the last decade, several differences in the work habits of younger and older women across an array of occupational fields have been observed.  Younger women tend to more often question workplace expectations, such as long work hours or taking work home, and they often are more open about their parenting obligations and commitments.

Some studies suggest that such differences are, in part, accounted for by workers' values shifting as they age. For example, business-management researchers found an overall change in work values as generations matured, such as giving work a lower priority in life and placing less value in feeling a sense of pride at work. Despite that finding, the study also found generational differences, such as that gen-Xers report less loyalty to their companies, wanting to be promoted more quickly and being more "me-oriented" than baby boomers.

Learn how to understand the generational and cultural differences that make us unique

Discover practical application to use in dealing with differences in the workplace

About Myles Miller:

Multi-national CEO, two-time Best-Selling Author and Radio Host of “Myles of SUCCESS”, Myles Miller is the CEO and Founder of LEADUP, LearningBreaks and SUCCESSHQ,  international training and success development companies spanning 6 continents and employing 500 plus contractors operating in over 100 countries around the globe.

Myles has over 30 years’ experience in the project management field, across multiple industries including retail, defense, state and federal government, international countries and hospitality. During his varied career, he has led projects and programs impacting the United States and countries abroad ranging in budgetary size from $100K to $500B and leading teams of over 10,000 members.

Myles has a BS in Business Management from Penn State University and an MBA from La Salle University in International Business Management and recently acquired his PhD from Baylor University.