Business Psych

. March 3, 2014.
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Presented by Zingerman's Deli, the ZingTrain Speaker Series invites experts to share their wisdom and experiences in  the business world with the curious minds of A2. On Wednesday, March 12, the store invites Dean Tucker, a successful management consultant for IBM and author of Using the Power of Purpose, to give a thought-provoking presentation. Tucker will discuss what motivates Gen X and Gen Y—and how to effectively manage them. The presentation will cover how to understand the characteristics of each generation, how to foster motivation across generations, and how to make employees happy. 7:30am. $50 / $25 students.

Hosted at ZingTrain,
3728 Plaza Dr. To order tickets, call 734-930-1919
or visit zingtrain.com

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