Most of us have to work and most of us at some point have conflict at work. What if learning more about generational diversity and bias could create opportunities to create your ideal workplace.
Chris DeSantis is an organizational behavior consultant who joins us to share his expertise on generational diversity, why learning about and understanding generational characteristics can make it more fun to go to work, what we should know about implicit bias, and his vision for the role of cultural liaisons. Don't miss it! He has some incredible stories to share.
Chris De Santis is an independent organizational behavior consultant based in Chicago. He works with individuals or groups to enhance their effectiveness, with an emphasis on user-friendly solutions aligned with the company’s strategic initiatives. Chris has over 25 years of experience in training and development and consulting. He was the Director of Training and Development for the American Medical Association and was part of the Human Resource Development group for Brunswick Corporation. Chris is an excellent speaker and facilitator, with a depth of knowledge in a variety of topics and an entertaining style that was honed through his work experiences and supplemented by his background in stage craft. He has an undergraduate degree in Business from the University of Notre Dame, an MBA from the University of Denver and an MA in Organization Development from Loyola University.
Learn more at http://www.cpdesantis.com