IAAP Fall Event, Half Day Conference
The Fayetteville LAN of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) will host a half-day conference from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the Janelle Y. Hembree Alumni House.
The guest speaker, Jacque Linebarger, director of human resource administration, SPHR, will present Multiple Generations in the Workplace, which will look at the four generations in the current workforce. Attendees will take away strategies to communicate more effectively with members of each generation, valuing their contributions and understanding their drivers.
Next, Capt. Matt Mills of the University Police Department will discuss How to Prepare for Workplace Violence Concerns. This presentation will address three key issues and provide methods for preventing and minimizing the risk of specific types of workplace violence.
Registration is $50 for IAAP Members or Students and $60 for Non-Members and includes admission to the conference and lunch. Seating is limited, so please visit the event registration page soon.
For more information on this event, or to learn more about the IAAP organization, please contact Sandra Hancock, CAP & Fayetteville-LAN director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Katie Doughty, administrative specialist III
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