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GSAE Summer "Millennial Infusion" Luncheon - July 9, 2014

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GSAE Millennials are Taking Over...in a GOOD way.

Millennials are entering the workforce—including our associations—at a rate comparable to that of Baby Boomers in their workforce entry peak.  The Millennial generation, identified as having been born between 1981 and 2000, is constantly being dissected and discussed as a faceless entity.  There is certainly no shortage of resources out there offering advice about "How to Manage / Hire / Mentor / Talk to / Eat Lunch with a Millennial."

Indeed, Millennials are contributing to the world around us.  In fact, Millennials are already joining our associations, serving in leadership roles and making an impact on our staff teams.  And now, Millennials have taken the reigns to plan the first ever GSAE Millennial Infusion Luncheon, on July 9 at the Westin Buckhead Atlanta!

The Millennial Infusion luncheon will lead attendees on a collaborative exploration into common notions about Millennials and learn how best to work in today’s multi-generational association.  Based on research and data, common myths about Millennials will be validated or busted, giving those in attendance—regardless of generation—a deeper understanding of how different generations can work with one another toward a greater result.

This will be a fun, interactive session and we look forward to hearing from you.  Head to Twitter and use #GSAEinfusion to share your thoughts and questions regarding Millennials and the multi-generational workplace.

You don't want to miss this - register today!

Morning Workshop: Drugs Don't Work in Georgia
The Drugs Don’t Work in GA program assists companies in achieving and maintaining state certification as a drug free workplace. Certified drug free companies receive a state-mandated 7.5% discount on workers compensation insurance.*  Certification is a simple 5 step process.  Chuck Wade will detail the five steps required for certification.  Chuck is the President and CEO of The Council on Alcohol and Drugs.  He has been the state director of Drugs Don’t Work in Georgia for the past seventeen years.

Afternoon Panel Discussion - "Ask the Millennial"
Have you ever wondered why a millennial seems to know so much about technology and wanted to pick their brain?  Or what elements of a work environment are conducive to their productivity and morale?  Join us after the luncheon for an informal panel discussion to get your questions answered.  You will have a chance to "Ask a Millennial" anything!

Already know some topics you’d like to hear about during the panel?  Help the planning committee prepare for the panel discussion by sending us your topics/questions in advance to Katie@abcga.org or szirkle@rheumatology.org.

10:30-11:30 am - Workshop: Drugs Don't Work in Georgia - 1 CAE hour
10:30-11:30 am - New Member Orientation (open to all new and prospective members)
11:30-12:00 - Networking Reception
12:00-1:30 pm - Luncheon - 1 CAE hour
1:45-3:00 pm - "Ask the Millennial" panel discussion - 1 CAE hour


Luncheon - GSAE Member:  $25 Early Bird; $40 Late
Luncheon - GSAE Guest:  $35 Early Bird; $50 Late
Morning Workshop - $25
Afternoon Panel Discussion - $25

Thank you to our Host: The Westin Buckhead Atlanta

As a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied for 1 credit toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements; additional hours may be earned by attending the morning workshop and/or the afternoon panel discussion, for a potential total of 3 CAE credits.

Note: This program is not endorsed, accredited, or affiliated with ASAE or the CAE program.  Applicants may use any program that meets eligibility requirements in the specific timeframe towards the exam application or renewal.  There are no specific individual courses required as part of the applications – selection of eligible education is up to the applicant based on his/her needs.

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