its a Communication Issue NOT a Generation Issue!"
Date: Friday May 11th, 2018
Time: 8:30 - 10:00 A.M
(30 minute networking before and after)
PLEASE NOTE: This
session will be presented via webinar only and we will be meeting to
watch together in person at Schneider Electric, 200 N. Martingale Road,
Schaumburg, IL 60173. A light continental breakfast will be served.
In this interactive and informative discussion, The Kaleidoscope Group's
Mitch Brown and Kevin Murphy will educate participants on the nuance
of each generation, misconceptions in how we view others, and how we
can all be generationally agile in today's workplace and our day to
Concepts covered will include Diversity and Inclusion, Bias, Generational
Difference and Skills to communicate and work better across the generations.
Please come prepared to offer your leadership insights and discuss how
we can all work better together!
Participants will leave the
session with a post-event action plan toolkit, and greater insights
into who they are, who their generational counterparts are, and tangible
skills to operate effectively across generations and beyond.
Senior Consultant, The Kaleidoscope Group
Murphy is a rising Diversity and Inclusion Leader from Chicago, IL.
He currently serves as a Consultant for The Kaleidoscope Group, a Full
Service Diversity and Inclusion Consulting Firm based in River North.
Kevin started his career in 2014 at Oakton Community College where he
interned in the Access, Equity, and Diversity department under Dr. Michael
Anthony. In that role he served as a Number 2 to the CDO and VP of Student
Affairs and began forming his approach and style related to Diversity
In 2015, along with Seven Millennial Leaders, Kevin refined his vision
for how the community and corporations view Millennials and Professionals
in their communities. Tomorrow's Truth started with the vision of serving
as platform for Millennials to meet and discuss their personal, professional,
and community needs. Since its inception, Tomorrow's Truth has grown
to encompass over 100 Millennial leaders in Chicago, and aims to achieve
the goal of presenting one voice to the Community around what makes
Young Professionals tick. Kevin currently serves as Executive Director
and oversees all organizational operations.
Kevin is active in Chicago's Community and Political Landscape. He serves
as a Strategic Advisor to the Illinois Diversity Council, Board Member
on the Chicago White Sox Young Professionals Council, and a member of
the 44th ward's Roscoe Village Neighbors. He is also active in St. Alphonsus
parish in Lakeview.
In his free time, Kevin enjoys reading, networking with other Chicago
Leaders, Playing Basketball, Speaking Engagements, and supporting his
Illinois State Redbirds in all facets of the institution.
Senior Consultant, The Kaleidoscope Group
Brown is a Sr. Consultant and Facilitator at the The Kaleidoscope Group
and Executive Advisor for Tomorrow's Truth. Mitch serves as an Executive
Advisor, Facilitator, and Thought Leader for Tomorrow's Truth, helping
organizations to better understand their Millennial Talent.
Prior to joining the Kaleidoscope
Group, Mitch served in a management consulting role with the Gallup
Organization. Mitch provides expertise in the areas of cultural assessment
and millennial diversity. Since joining the Kaleidoscope Group, Mitch
has worked with Tompkins County of NY, Thrivent Financial, FHLB Dallas,
New Hanover Regional Medical Center and FDNY. Mitch, a certified NFL
Agent, spends the rest of his time working as a co-founder and partner
of Agility Sports, LLC.
Mitch holds a bachelor's
degree from Hampton University, a J.D. from The Ohio State University,
Moritz College of Law, and a MBA from Vanderbilt University, Owen School
of Management. Mitch currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.
Parking & Entrance:
- Free covered parking
is available behind the building.
- Please do NOT use guest
parking spots in the front of the building.
- Use the covered walkway
to get to the building
- Turn left at the security
desk (no need to check in), and go all the way to the end of the hall
to find the elevators
- Go to the 10th floor and
use the glass doors with the reception just inside.
- IMPORTANT: Your name must
be on the registration list and you will need a photo ID to be admitted.
Location: 200 N. Martingale Road, Schaumburg, IL 60173
Must register by 5 PM central time the day before the session. If you
are attending virtually, you will receive conference information a few
days prior to the event.
Registration Fee $5
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