April Program & Workshop
Update: Due to COVID-19 we are canceling the April Program & Workshop. Anyone who registered will be refunded.
Luncheon Program Topic:
The Future of the Workplace
Research suggests that 10,000 Baby boomers will retire every day from now for the next 19 years. It is estimated that starting in 2018 there could be more than five million unfilled jobs in the United States.
Come join us to explore the impact of the “Brain Drain” as the Baby Boomers begin to exit the workplace. This program will help you identify factors for consideration as you contemplate how to approach those 55 years+ in your workplace.
Capitalizing on the Advantages of a Multi-Generational Workplace
Five types of Baby Boomers in the Workplace can create a variety of options and challenges for the HR Professional.
The Boomer-ANG gang will enlighten you regarding the dynamics of the Enthusiasts, The Self-Reliants, The Traditionalist, The Anxious and the Strugglers. This program will give you a hands-on opportunity to strategize with others about how to approach, with maximum effectiveness, various situations and employees 55 years+.
Expect to take away:
1) The benefits of de-stigmatizing the generations
2) An understanding of the five types of potential retirees in your workplace
3) Five strategies for providing employment or retirement approaches to Baby Boomers
4) Perspectives of other HR professionals as they also address the dynamics of an aging workplace
The lunch program is valid for 1 PDC towards the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification.
The workshop is valid for 2 PDC’s towards the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification.
Bios of The Boomer-ANG “Gang”
Jane McGee has over 40 years of experience helping people learn and grow. She has a Masters Degree in Adult Education from UNL. She is a certified Master NLP Practitioner as well as a lifetime Senior Human Resources Professional (SHRP). Jane was an adjunct professor for 18 years teaching Business Management for Bellevue University.
Cindy Heider Kaliff, LMHP, is the founder of Career & Life Options. She is a personal and career counselor/coach who has been practicing for the last 25 years, extending herself as an ally to her clients who are in the throes of career and personal change. She is a LHRMA member and active member of the Workforce Readiness Committee.
Floyd Sylvester LIMHP, CEAP, has been a mental heath professional for 35 years. A recently retired Director of the UNL-EAP, Floyd has experience with the day-to-day demands of human resources and its responses to employment related issues. His interest in the aging workforce at UNL led him to focus on the study of aging. Preparing employees for retirement has been one of his areas of specialization.
Doug McDaniel, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SPC, has over 36 years of Human Resource experience in both the private and public sectors. He is currently the director of Human Resources for the City of Lincoln and Lancaster County. As an HR executive he is engaged in all aspects of HR administration. He is actively involved in the Lincoln community serving on several non-profit boards and is a frequent speaker and presenter on relevant HR topics. Currently, McDaniel is serving as a mentor to MBA candidates at Nebraska Wesleyan.
Vaughn Carter is CEO of StratDM, a Lincoln based Management Consulting firm with a focus on Strategic Planning for early to mid-stage startups & entrepreneurial enterprises. Vaughn’s commitment to creative but sound business practices dates back more than 40 years. His experiences are rooted in organizational development, performance improvement, and strategic planning. His tool kit includes team building, stakeholder engagement, talent management and a deep understanding of how decisions are made and strategy is set in successful organizations.
Lunch Program Registration Fee: LHRMA members – $15
All Other Attendees – $25
Workshop Registration Fee: All Attendees—$35
College Student LHRMA Members
*Luncheon attendance is free for SHRM designated student chapter members. Current SHRM designated chapters include: University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Students must register through Jenessa Keiser, College Relations Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org for free meeting attendance.