PWF February 4th Meeting

 

Topic — Generations in the Workplace

Speaker — Sarah Sledd Glenn

DEALING WITH GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES
STRATEGIES TO HELP IN A MULTIGENERATIONAL WORKPLACE

Sarah Glenn has been in the banking/finance industry for over 30 years. She graduated from Salem College in Winston-Salem, NC with a degree in Economic Management with a minor in Music and Sociology. She began her career with the investment firm of Smith Barney as a stock broker. Sarah returned to Lexington to open a discount brokerage department with the then Second National Bank. After many mergers and name changes Sarah decided to stay in banking and became a business development officer, branch manager, retail lender, commercial lender, and a business banker. In 2002, she earned the distinguished “Sterling Performance” award with BB&T. 

Sarah has been with Traditional Bank since 2005 and fills the role of Training and Development Officer. She is responsible for all areas of training for all departments. She specializes in customer service and supervisory training.

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Member cost is $20; guest cost is $24. Payment can be made by check, cash, and with a credit card. There is a service charge of $1 if a credit card is used.

If you need a receipt please note that with your reservation. If registering a guest/guests please provide their name, address, and e-mail address if possible. Guests may attend twice in a fiscal year, October-September, before joining. Please be aware that if your guest cannot attend you are responsible for their payment.

A reservation made is a reservation paid.

Register for the February 4th PWF meeting, 11:30-1:00 p.m., at the Red Mile clubhouse, at:
Prowomensforum@aol.com
www.professionalwomensforum.com
(859) 233-1171

If you do not receive a confirmation please call!

The deadline to register is Friday, January 30, 2015, 5:00 p.m.

See you there!