Hamilton Center, Inc. and Indiana State University Departments of Social Work and Psychology host conference on Understanding Generational Differences - January 7, 2010

Hamilton Center Inc. and the Indiana State University Departments of Social Work and Psychology present: Understanding Generational Differences Conference, Thursday, January 28th 8:30am to 4:30pm at Maryland Community Church located on State Road 46, Terre Haute, IN.

Mr. Chuck Underwood world-renowned authority on “America’s 5 Living Generations” is the keynote speaker.  Join us and explore the unique core values of these generations and the influences that affect our attitudes towards career decisions, consumer choices, and lifestyle decisions. The workshop will explore the unique core values of “America’s 5 Living Generations” and the influences that affect our attitudes towards our lives, workplace, career choices, decisions, behavior, morals and values.

GI Generation Born 1901-1926
Silent Generation Born 1927-1945
Boomers Born 1946-1964
Generation X Born 1965-1981
Millennials Born 1982-2009

Mr. Underwood is also the founder/principal of "TGI" - The Generational Imperative, Inc. - an Ohio-based generational consulting firm that consults and trains corporations and organizations in Generational Workplace Strategy and Generational Marketplace Strategy and has written The Generational Imperative Understanding Generational Differences In The Workplace, Marketplace, And Living Room.

As the host of the television series “America’s Generations With Chuck Underwood”, televised on PBS stations nationwide Underwood has his reputation as a pioneer in  generational dynamics research for more than two decades.   He is one of the seminal scholars and elite consultants in generational strategy, with clients in business, government, education, religion, politics, media and entertainment, philanthropy, and virtually every other industry-type.

Formally trained in qualitative research methodology and focus-group moderating by The Burke Institute, his research clients now include such giants as Procter & Gamble, Coca Cola, Macy’s, and others.  An Ohio University School of Business grad he spent his early career in the mass media of radio and television, as an award-winning broadcast journalist and national sports play-by-play announcer, and a creator and producer of original programming.  He has hosted and produced shows that have aired nationally and internationally.  Considered an eminent authority in generational study, Chuck Underwood is regularly interviewed for generational news stories by the nation’s – and world’s - magazines, newspapers, radio, and television.

The training is open to the public, and would be ideal for not only the clinical community, but also members of the business community.  The registration is $80 for both sessions or $40 for either a.m. or p.m.  Students with ID’s are $10, and ISU Students with ID and Hamilton Center Employees are free. 3 CE Credit Hours Category I, is approved for: L.S.W., L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T., L.M.H.C. Psychologists *Partial credit will not be issued.  For registration information, please contact Hamilton Center’s Human Resource Office at 812-231-8280 or by clicking the registration form:  http://www.hamiltoncenter.org/NewsItems/2010WinterConference.pdf

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