How to Thrive in a Multigenerational Work Place
When: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Timeline: 11:45 Door Prize Giveaway
1:15 Final Raffle Drawings
Where: The Elk's Lodge - Charity Way Ballroom
645 Charity Way, Modesto, CA 95356
Contact: Emalene Rhodes
About the Session: Bill will discuss how we can understand the different generations and make it work in the work place.
About the Speaker: Dr. Bill Wittich is a speaker, consultant, and coach in the field of leadership, motivation, and nonprofit management. Bill earned his doctorate from the University of Southern California, and taught at California State University, Long Beach.
For the past fifteen years, Bill and his wife Ann, have traveled an average of 200 days a year. Their speaking schedule has taken them to all corners of the United States and through much of Europe. They speak to non-profit organizations, government agencies, and professional associations. His client list includes a large number of, hospitals, police and fire departments, labor organizations, associations, and most of the national non-profit organizations.
Dr. Wittich has authored nine books in the leadership field. His first book, The Care & Feeding of Volunteers, is now in its second printing and continues to sell around the world. His newest book is SeminarBiz: How to Make Money in the Seminar Business.
His recent three books are aimed at Rotary Club members. The first, “Celebrate Differences” covers the building of a bridge between generations and his newest one is “Energize Your Rotary Club.” This one will feature techniques to bring energy to your Rotary Club. His latest book, “Stop Recruiting / Start Attracting” a book about change and membership in Rotary Clubs is available now.
Bill is a member of the National Speakers Association, and serves as the president of the Northern California Chapter. He is also a member of the Passport Rotary Club in District 5180. Bill is an instructor for the Rotary Far West President-Elect Training Seminars (PETS).
His speaking topics include Understanding Generational Differences, Association Membership, Fundraising for Nonprofits, Presentation Skills, and Travel Like a Pro. He conducts a number of board retreats for universities, fire departments and nonprofit agencies. Bill continues to offer coaching on presentation skills.
Bill and Ann enjoy living in Northern California where they enjoy cooking, collecting antiques, and learning about red wine.
Bill Wittich 916.601.2485 cell