2017 ISACA Boise Soft Skills Seminar

Title:                 Generational Workplace Dynamics

Date/Time:       Thursday, February 23rd, 2:00pm – 4:00pm

 Location:        Idaho Power Company, 1221 W Idaho St, Boise ID

 CPEs:              2 CPE hours

 Pricing:

  • $35 ISACA and IIA members
  • $50 nonmembers
  • $20 retired members and students

Optional ISACA / IIA joint social event to follow the seminar with appetizers and drinks provided.

Training Overview and Description:

Workplace dynamics are often over-looked until it’s too late. As tensions mount over
differing work ethics, team efficiency can quickly begin to splinter. This course presents a
fresh look at the essentials of team dynamics within the multi-generational workforce. In-class exercises provide an opportunity to discuss and seek to understand the difference within the generations.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Understanding generational differences in the workplace

  • Exploring the values of Tradionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials

  • Team building across the generations

SO YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:


  • Work with and understand multiple generations within the workforce

  • Develop leaders across the multi-generational divide

  • Lead your teams more effectively

JEREMY GRAVES, INSTRUCTOR, BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY

Dr. Jeremy Graves brings seventeen years of leadership and experience into the classroom. He has developed leaders from all walks of life and has cultivated strategic partnerships both nationally and internationally.

Jeremy’s passion for strong leadership development coupled with his deep understanding of the role of the team in successful leadership has produced emerging leaders. He holds a doctorate degree in Transformational Leadership and has developed many sustainable community partnerships throughout his career in the non-profit and for profit world. He specifically enjoys guiding companies and their employees to think strategically as they enhance their business portfolios, as well as looking for ways for seasoned leaders to recruit, train, and deploy new leaders into the workforce.
Jeremy’s hands-on style of teaching builds community, forges new relationships, furthers productive dialogue, and fosters strategic thinking for leaders from all spheres of the workplace. His research and experience have been in the area of team leadership, and building and developing teams in the workplace.