Engaging the Next Generation - Bakersfield Monthly Meeting

Power Skills

Description of Presentation

Generation Z is officially entering the workforce. Is your organization ready? Kat Clowes of March Consulting saw a definite change seven years ago when working with high school students that caused a shift in the way that she guided students through the college admissions, scholarship, and career search process. She’ll explain what makes this generation different from Millennials (and other generations) before them, how managers and supervisors can best utilize Gen Z’s skill sets in the workplace, and how this generation will change the workforce in the coming years.

Learning Objectives

  • To define the different generations currently in the workplace and introduce the newest generation, Generation Z
  • To help managers and supervisors (especially on front line or hiring) become more aware of how this new generation thinks, works, and is trained to handle information and the work environment.
  • To give managers and supervisors tools to help them best utilize this new generation on their teams.

 

Speaker Information

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Kat Clowes

CEO/Educational Consultant

March Consulting

Kat Clowes is the CEO and Founder of March Consulting, a college and career firm that helps students with the college application and career search process. In 2022 alone, her students earned over $9 million dollars in scholarships and were accepted to schools across the country including Stanford University, Dartmouth University, Cornell University, Harvey Mudd College, and University of Pennsylvania. She earned an MBA from Mount Saint Mary’s University with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship, a BA in Communications from Santa Clara University, and a post-graduate certificate in Independent Educational Consulting from University of California, Irvine. Kat is the author of Put College to Work and co-author of Generation Z: How to Recruit, Onboard, Develop, and Retain the Newest Generation in the Workplace with Robin Paggi, which made the USAF’s Leadership Library List in 2022. Kat is a Past President of the Rotary Club of Bakersfield Twilight, the Chairman of the Bakersfield Leadership and Ethics Conference, and is one of Bakersfield Life’s 20 Under 40.

 

Meeting Details

  • Refreshments & lunch available for purchase at the restaurant

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Information

Type of category: Bakersfield Monthly Meetings

Type of activity: Power Skills

Date: June 8th, 2023

Hour: 11:30AM to 1:00PM

# of PDUs: 1

Price

Students: $5.00

Members: $5.00

This event is only open to members & their plus one's. $10.00

Location

Wiki's Wine Dive & Grill

11350 Ming Avenue, Suite 260
Bakersfield, CA, 93311

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