Effingham, IL – September 14, 2023, The Effingham County Chamber is delighted to announce an upcoming workshop that promises to be a game-changer for local businesses and organizations seeking to harmonize their multigenerational workforces.

Leading a Multigenerational Workforce Workshop will be held on Tuesday, October 17 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Effingham (1301 Avenue of Mid America).

In the modern workplace, each generation brings its unique perspective and energy, making effective leadership a fascinating puzzle. This workshop is designed to empower leaders and managers with the knowledge and tools needed to unite diverse generations into a cohesive and productive team.

The workshop offers a comprehensive exploration of key topics, including gaining insights into the evolving workforce dynamics, understanding the unique characteristics and aspirations of the four generations in today’s workplace, mastering the art of creating harmony within your team through the Platinum Rule, unlocking the magic of QTIP to strengthen team bonds, discovering strategies to ignite passion and engagement within the whole worker, addressing common challenges with top-notch management techniques, and actively applying newfound knowledge through engaging and thought-provoking group activities.

Jeanne Dau, founder of Dau Consulting, will lead the workshop. With extensive experience managing multiple generations and teaching Millennials and Gen Z at institutions like Eastern Illinois University and ClassE, a Coles County high school entrepreneurship class, Jeanne has trained thousands of managers on leadership, communication, conflict management, and entrepreneurship.

To attend this enlightening workshop, registration is required, with a cost of $30 per person, which includes a delicious continental-style breakfast and beverages to keep you refreshed and energized throughout the event. Don’t miss this opportunity to invest in your leadership skills and enhance your understanding of managing a multigenerational workforce.

Reserve your spot today! To register for the event, visit the Effingham County Chamber website at EffinghamCountyChamber.com/events/.

If you have any questions about the event or to explore the benefits of an Effingham County Chamber investment, please contact the staff at (217) 342-4147.


About the Effingham County Chamber
Since its establishment in 1917, the Effingham County Chamber has emerged as the foremost advocate and supporter of local businesses. With a commitment to fostering growth and prosperity, the Chamber offers leadership opportunities, volunteer programs, and business-building initiatives tailored to the vital needs of Effingham County enterprises. By harnessing the collective support, talent, and resources of its members, the Effingham County Chamber leads the way in driving business success and fostering community growth.