The 2003 ALCTS President's Program, "Minding the Gap: Generational Issues in Recruitment and the Work Place," will feature a keynote address by author and consultant Lynne Lancaster, as well as observations by librarians Mary Chute and Jessica Albano.
For both managers and employees, it is increasingly important to recognize that generational differences within the workplace create special challenges. Lynne Lancaster is co-founder of Bridgeworks, a consulting company specializing in helping employers and employees capitalize on generational differences within the workforce to achieve optimum performance and service. Ms. Lancaster's presentation, as well as the comments of Ms. Chute and Ms. Albano, will explore the needs and interests of a multi-generational organization.
HarperCollins, Ms. Lancaster's publisher, will provide each attendee with a complimentary copy (while supplies last) of her book, When Generations Collide, and Ms. Lancaster will be available after the program to autograph and personalize copies of the book. We are grateful to Elsevier for their generous support for the ALCTS President's Program.
Please join ALCTS President Olivia Madison and your fellow members of ALCTS on Monday, June 23, 2003 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Dominion Ballroom, for one of the highlights of this year's ALA Annual Meeting!