Join PRSA Houston''s July luncheon meeting to see guest speaker Christopher P. De Santis present "From Xer to Boomer to Geezer--Generational Differences in the Workplace."
Chris De Santis is an independent consultant specializing in the design and delivery of Management and Organization Development interventions. He assists individuals or groups in identifying obstacles to effectiveness and subsequently works with them to create user friendly solutions aligned with the company’s strategic initiatives. He brings with him twenty (20) years experience in training and development, graduate degrees in Organization Development and Marketing, and work experience in manufacturing, service, and not-for-profit environments. He has an undergraduate degree in Business from the University of Notre Dame, an MBA from the University of Denver and an MA in Organization Development from Loyola University.
Chris has done training and instructional design work with service organizations such as Accenture and Ernst & Young. He has been the Director of Training and Development for the American Medical Association and he was part of the Human Resource Development group for Brunswick Corporation, a leader in the manufacture of leisure products. He has worked as an independent practitioner for the past twelve (12) years. He has done management and executive development course design, implementation, and facilitation, as well as, the delivery and evaluation of training initiatives. He has numerous vendor certifications (including DDI, Forum, ODI, TAI, Blanchard, Rummler-Brache, Myer-Briggs,) and has done both needs assessments and the subsequent course deliveries to address those needs.
He has special expertise in dealing with generational differences in the workplace, applying the principles of Emotional Intelligence to leading, executive coaching and the application of a variety of instrumentation including multi-rater feedback to develop and enhance performance, and how to develop and leverage long term relationships in the selling process. He also teaches and has a depth of knowledge in facilitation, listening and platform skills developed through his work experiences and background in the theater.
NEW LOCATION: Courtyard on St. James
1885 St. James Place (Between Westheimer and San Felipe)
WHEN: Wednesday, July 6, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
For more information or to register, call 281-870-1717 or visit http://www.prsahouston.org/en/cev/?170
Sponsorships are still available. Contact Paula Ruth, APR, at 281-870-1717 or firstname.lastname@example.org.