CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: Our October lunch will be with Marie Zackuse, the history-making Chairwoman of Tulalip Tribes.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: This month's lunch will be with Cal Crow, Ph.D., from Edmonds Community College.
REGISTER HERE: LSC is thrilled to welcome the top finalists of the 2018 Herald Business Journal’s Emerging Leader award to our Lunch with a Leader series. Join 2018 Emerging Leader Lacey Harper, as well as Louis Harris and Nate Nehring, at the Herald offices to talk about what's ahead for Snohomish County with these bright all-stars. Space is limited — secure your seat at the table!
Communicating across generations in the workplace
For the first time in U.S. history, there are four distinct generations in our workforce. Each generation brings its own background, culture, understanding and biases to work based on the period in which those people were raised and the prior generation that taught them. Join Leadership Snohomish County for a hands-on, half-day workshop to improve your skills at communicating across generations in the workplace. Local facilitator Reneé Huseby will guide a 2.5-hour session that will enrich your understanding of generational differences and provide tactics for building teams, managing employees or simply improving your interaction with all co-workers.
Session is limited to 25 participants. Tickets are $99 per person ($79 per person for LSC alumni)
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Location - Edmonds Community College, Gateway Building, 6600 196th St. SW
REGISTER HERE: Workshop with Sarri Gilman, LMFT, author, TEDx speaker
REGISTER HERE This month's lunch will be lead by Ty Trenary, Snohomish County Sheriff.