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Cross Generational Management

  • 16 May 2018
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
  • The Workmen's Club, 75 Graham Street, Wonthaggi

Registration

  • Special price for members. BONUS offer: You can take two non-members at membership prices.

Please note:
If for some reason you simply cannot pay online now and must pay on the night, event fees will be rounded up to the nearest whole note. For example, for a regular evening event members will be $40 cash on the night, non-member registrations will be $50 cash on the night.
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At our Wednesday May 16 Dinner Meeting our Guest Speakers Dr. Natalie Shepard and Sandra Martin will tell us all about Generational Management

For over 20 years, Natalie has been working with, inspiring and empowering individuals and businesses to break through mediocrity and ‘doing ok’, to stepping it up to the next level.

Come find out how to lead, manage, sell to, or communicate with people from multiple generations, because in business we can deal with up to five generations on any day, so it is essential to understand and develop skills in how to best communicate with each generation to get the results that we want.

So come to Wonthaggi to:

  • Discover what best motivates each generation
  • How to build rapport easily with the varying generations
  • Discover how easily you can establish long and lasting relationships based on trust, with each generation


See also our 3 hour workshop the ABC's of Business

About our venue...
 

In 1910 a gathering of 50 local men decided to form a club along the lines of the famous Workmen’s Clubs of Great Britain. Two old shops from Outtrim were transported to Wonthaggi by bullock team to become the first club building. 

Today the the Workmen's Club features multiple function rooms, two children’s play areas, outdoor dining, and a coffee shop. 


Wonthaggi Workmens Club
75 Graham St, Wonthaggi VIC 3995

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