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DoubleTree by Hilton West Edmonton

May 22 Session A: Professional Development presented by SAIT

Our evolving workforce comes with some advantages and challenges. This course is designed to help leaders and managers recognize the significance of generational diversity in the workplace and to support them in engaging the minds and spirits of workers.

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May 22 Session A: Professional Development presented by SAIT
May 22 Session A: Professional Development presented by SAIT

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22 mai 2024, 08:30 – 16:30

DoubleTree by Hilton West Edmonton, 16615 109 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5P 4K8, Canada

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8:30am – 4:30pm SESSION A: Professional Development Session presented by SAIT Generational Diversity in the Workplace

Rundle and Robson Rooms

Our evolving workforce comes with some advantages and challenges. This course is designed to help leaders and managers recognize the significance of generational diversity in the workplace and to support them in engaging the minds and spirits of workers.  You will learn about the dynamics of the multi-generational workforce, how perspectives change over time, how to leverage differences within the team and why it's essential to engage the talent in a highly competitive work environment. We’ll explore the different ways that all generations, from baby boomers to Gen Z, bring diverse perspectives to the workplace and discuss ways to prepare for the positive change that generational diversity brings. 

Speaker: Gina Botelho

Gina Botelho has been educating and engaging audiences for over 20 years. With a background in psychology, communication, and adult education, she is a strong proponent of life-long learning which is applied, relevant, creative, and engaging. She believes that superior performance, both personally and professionally, requires a commitment to ongoing learning.

Gina is accredited in adult learning & education, Coaching and mentoring (UBC), DiSC, True Colours, Emotional intelligence, Lumina Spark, Lumina Leader, Resilience at Work, One life narrative tools, and Trust at Work. As the founder & Senior facilitator for Magnetic Training Solutions, Leadership and Professional Development Instructor at SAIT, and as part of the faculty team at The Banff Centre, Mount Royal University, and the University of Calgary, Gina takes the opportunity to hone her skills as both a participant and seasoned facilitator. Her corporate experience includes Senior Facilitation, Corporate Sales & Business Development, Learning Development & Training Specialist, and Leader of the Learning & Development team for Western Canada. Gina has also had the privilege of leading and training facilitators and corporate trainers, as well as regularly engaging leaders on how to make a difference in the lives of others.

Beginning her career as a 9-1-1 Communications Operator ignited Gina’s desire for helping others and developed a strong ability to authentically connect and communicate. Her passion for people development and expertise in facilitation enables her to deliver engaging sessions for participants, increasing awareness of self and others, maximizing communication, conflict resolution, and 21st Century soft skills. As a sought-after trainer, Gina brings humour, wisdom, and occasionally some great salsa moves, to her work. Previous feedback tells us that you will leave her sessions inspired, engaged and ready to apply your new skills!

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