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Wed, Apr 17



Strategies for Navigating the New Norm: Thriving in the Multi-Generational Workplace.

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Strategies for Navigating the New Norm:  Thriving in the Multi-Generational Workplace.
Strategies for Navigating the New Norm:  Thriving in the Multi-Generational Workplace.

Time & Location

Apr 17, 2019, 8:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

IFSE, 50 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, #601 Mississauga, ON L5B 3C2, Canada


Parking details: The two office towers at 50 and 90 Burnhamthorpe Road share a common underground visitor parking lot that is NOT accessible via Burnhamthorpe Road. Enter the visitor parking under 90 Burnhamthorpe Road from behind the building via Enfield Place. Take the 50 Burnhamthorpe Road elevator to the 6th floor, suite 601

As the year 2020 approaches, managers of companies often find themselves leading 5 different generations at the same time. While inspired and intrigued by different approaches to problem-solving and communication, the reality is that we are often puzzled at the “how” and “why” of other generations.

Hear from Michelle Schurter, Founder of Millennial Strategist and change guru who provides practical and savvy advice on how to grow and remain relevant in today’s multi-generational workforce.

Attendees will learn:

  • The shaping forces behind the different generations and impact on today’s workforce
  • The impact of multi-generations on company ingredients such as HR, sales, strategy and sector
  • Examples of how companies and communities leverage assets to better attract and lead talent across the generations to maximize performance

Speaker Biography

A change guru who provides practical, savvy advice to companies and Government Organizations, Michelle Schurter is CEO and Founder of Millennial Strategist, Her mission is to help organizations attract millennial employees, and lead the multi-generational workforce to grow and remain relevant in today’s fast-paced and disruptive climate.

Her early career, counselling children and youth for 10 different organizations over 14 years, is what draws her to millennials today. Michelle's extensive organizational development background was refined in the public sector – 14 years working with some of Ontario’s largest Ministries (Health, Agriculture, Children and Youth, and Education), Municipalities, and Universities in a split specialty of child and adult leadership development. Research, innovation and change management seem to follow Michelle throughout her career. Michelle brings her passion for community and corporate capacity building, supported with her Masters in Social Work (MSW) and Masters in Business Administration (MBA), to all clients,

Now Michelle is a successful entrepreneur – providing training, keynotes and custom consulting for companies and governments in Ontario.

Michelle’s goal is to help organizations get more productive by bridging the apparent disconnects between generations in the workplace. In her words: “Millennials were the children I worked with 15 years ago. They are energetic, brilliant and passionate. Organizations need them. I can help bring the best out of both.”

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