- Event Start12:30pm Friday 20th July 2018
- Event End1:30pm Friday 20th July 2018
- Event LocationCQUniversity, Room 2.18, Flinders Street
- Event OrganiserTownsville Business Womens Circle
- [email protected]
According to a decade's worth of headlines, millennials' greatest loves are themselves and severely beaten avocados. With the role of each generation being to look accusingly at the inability of the next generation to ‘get it’, millennials often receive a bad wrap. Reality is for most businesses, staff represent across the generations and each have their own substantive contribution to make. This presentation by Dr Joann Lukins will discuss:
- What to expect when working with 18-25s (what’s important, what motivates, communication styles and professional expectations).
- Strategies for managing the potential blurry boundaries when managing a younger employee.
- Enhancing communication and mentoring of 18-25s.
Dr Joann Lukins:
I love what I do! My working life is spent with business leaders, organisations, athletes and teams, to help them to reach their goals. It is incredibly satisfying to see people progress, develop and maximise their potential.
I have worked as a psychologist for over 25 years experience with organisations, teams and individuals. Additionally, I am an Associate Professor at James Cook University, lecturing within the undergraduate program and to post-graduate doctoral students. I was awarded an Outstanding Alumni Award by the University in 2016 as recognition of my contribution to the field of Psychology.
Dr Lukins was the inaugural sport psychologist to the North Queensland Cowboys, a position she has retained since 1996. She is the sport psychology consultant to the Townsville Fire and has supported the team since 2011 (including 3 Grand Final Winning Championships).
Dr Lukins is recognized as an expert in delivering training within the domain of positive psychology in organizational, sporting and educational setting. Dr Lukins is highly regarded for her engaging presentation style, up to date information and delivery of practical skills for implementation within teams.
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This event is organised by Townsville Business Womens Circle. For more information please contact Townsville Business Womens Circle on 0401616906