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August 3, 2017

The Next Generations in Banking: Where are You? Webinar (NACHA)

11:30 am - 1:00 pm (Central)

Your Office OR Conference Room (Webinar)

As an increasing number of the industry population ages out, organizations need to consider keeping their talent pool full at a time when the financial industry isn’t as highly a sought after profession as it once was among the younger generations. What is the younger generation’s perception of careers in financial services? With four generations currently in the workforce, how can you create a comfortable multi-generational work environment? Not everyone can offer the perks some of the newer, hip and innovated companies across different industries can, but relying on best practices won’t get you as far as it used to. Panelists have an open dialogue as they approach these important topics and more from different industry angles and personal perspectives. 

Gain Understanding

Get your questions answered

To ensure panelists address your questions about millennials in the workforce, we encourage you to submit them prior to the webinar. Email webinars@nacha.org with Millennial Panel Webinar in the subject line. 

 

Speakers:

Nell Campbell-Drake, AAP
Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Mason Gates
Founder, Chief Careers Officer, ThincCareers.com

Alyssa Romeo
Assistant Director, Education, NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association

Moderator:

Tristan Thompson
VP, Payments Group Manager, Bank Product & Services, UMB Bank, N.A.

 

 

Pricing Information*:
Members $225 | Non-Members $450

TClick Here to Register Online!

 

Review our current Education Schedule

Please email info@umacha.org if you have any dietary restrictions. 

*Tax not included. UMACHA is required to collect Sales and Use tax in addition to Municipal tax (city tax) on the services that are provided in the state of South Dakota.

**Click here to learn more about the Education Club


2017-08-03 2017-08-03 America/Detroit The Next Generations in Banking: Where are You? Webinar (NACHA) As an increasing number of the industry population ages out, organizations need to consider keeping their talent pool full at a time when the financial industry isn’t as highly a sought after profession as it once was among the younger generations. What is the younger generation’s perception of careers in financial services? With four generations currently in the workforce, how can you create a comfortable multi-generational work environment? Not everyone can offer the perks some of the newer, hip and innovated companies across different industries can, but relying on best practices won’t get you as far as it used to. Panelists have an open dialogue as they approach these important topics and more from different industry angles and personal perspectives.  Gain Understanding Helping millennials understand the financial industry and how their outlook contributes to lines of business and new product offerings; How their approach to learning on the job impacts your business practices and training opportunities. Get your questions answered To ensure panelists address your questions about millennials in the workforce, we encourage you to submit them prior to the webinar. Email webinars@nacha.org with Millennial Panel Webinar in the subject line.    Speakers: Nell Campbell-Drake, AAPVice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Mason GatesFounder, Chief Careers Officer, ThincCareers.com Alyssa Romeo Assistant Director, Education, NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association Moderator: Tristan ThompsonVP, Payments Group Manager, Bank Product & Services, UMB Bank, N.A.     Pricing Information*:Members $225 | Non-Members $450 TClick Here to Register Online!   Review our current Education Schedule Please email info@umacha.org if you have any dietary restrictions.  *Tax not included. UMACHA is required to collect Sales and Use tax in addition to Municipal tax (city tax) on the services that are provided in the state of South Dakota. **Click here to learn more about the Education Club Your Office OR Conference Room (Webinar)
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