2016 Project: Business
Please join us for the fifth annual Project: Business™ event.
Today, five generations exist in the workplace - Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and now Centennials (aka Generation Z). Each generation offers unique perspectives on employment, politics, relationships, sales and entrepreneurship. This program will explore ideas for creating an inclusive business transition plan that embraces the values and beliefs of multiple generations.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
2 p.m. - Registration
2:30 p.m. - Program
5 p.m. - Reception
Mitchell Hamline School of Law
875 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105
Generational Differences in the Work Place
Introduction to the topic of generational differences in the workplace and ways to engage and embrace all generations.
Matt Norman, President of Dale Carnegie Training in the North Central States and third generation in the business.
Estate and Business Transition Planning
Brief overview of practical estate and business transition planning techniques and governance procedures.
Katina Kravik Presents
Perspectives from GenXer and third-generation leadership of a custom technical original equipment manufacturer.
Katina Kravik, CEO of Northwire, in Osceola, Wisconsin, a subsidiary of The LEMO Group, a global leader in the design and manufacture of precision interconnectivity solutions for diverse applications in broadcast, healthcare, energy, aerospace/defense and beyond.
Panel Discussion as moderated by Eileen Day, Partner at Stinson Leonard Street.
About Project: Business
Project: Business is a free annual event presented by the law firm of Stinson Leonard Street and the Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
Who should attend?
Current and future generation business owners, executives, and advisors who are interested in learning about ways to embrace and engage different generations within the workplace.
If you have any questions about the event or if you have any specific topics of interest, please contact Amanda Bakken at 612.335.1947 or by email.
Application has been made for CLE credits.
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