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Hamilton Center, ISU departments co-hosting generational conference

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

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TERRE HAUTE -- Hamilton Center, Inc., and the Indiana State University Departments of Social Work and Psychology will present "Understanding Generational Differences Conference," from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 28.

The event will take place at Maryland Community Church, located on State Road 46.

Chuck Underwood, world-renowned authority on "America's 5 Living Generations" will be the keynote speaker.

The workshop will explore the unique core values of "America's 5 Living Generations" and the influences that affect attitudes towards life, workplace, career choices, decisions, behavior, morals and values.

The generations include the following:

* GI Generation (born 1901-1926),

* Silent Generation (born 1927-1945),

* Boomers (born 1946-1964),

* Generation X (born 1965-1981), and

* Millennials (born 1982-2009).

Underwood is also the founder/principal of "TGI." The Generational Imperative, Inc., an Ohio-based generational consulting firm that consults and trains corporations and organizations in Generational Workplace Strategy and Generational Marketplace Strategy and has written "The Generational Imperative Understanding Generational Differences In The Workplace, Marketplace, And Living Room."

As the host of the television series, "America's Generations with Chuck Underwood," televised on PBS stations nationwide, Underwood has his reputation as a pioneer in generational dynamics research for more than two decades.

He is one of the seminal scholars and elite consultants in generational strategy, with clients in business, government, education, religion, politics, media and entertainment, philanthropy, and virtually every other industry-type.

The training is open to the public. The registration is $80 for both sessions or $40 for either morning or afternoon. Students with identification will only have to pay $10, and ISU students with ID and Hamilton Center Employees will be admitted free.

Hamilton Center, Inc., is a regional behavioral health system operating in 10 counties in more than 30 locations in Central and West Central Indiana.

For more information, call 812-231-8152.



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