National Speakers Association - CT Chapter Meeting on November 9
Featured Guest Speaker: Kimberlee Pita
“Communicating with the Generations”: Breaking Down Generations in the Workforce
For the first time ever, five generations are now working together in businesses and organizations across the country. In fact, adults age 18 to 34 now make up 1 in 3 American workers, according to Pew Research Center. This number is expected to grow as more millennials enter the workforce after high school and/or college.
To improve interpersonal communications, it is essential to understand the vast generational differences. In this keynote address, Kim will outline how limiting beliefs, core values, outside influences, predominant characteristics and work styles affect each generation. She will share strategies and tactics to create more harmonious workplace and social environments.
Kim Sirois Pita Founder, Pita Peaces Kim began her career writing speeches and correspondence for accomplished business and political leaders, including U.S. Congresswoman Barbara B. Kennelly. Today, she delivers inspirational messages through her consultancy, Pita Peaces.
Kim is a motivational speaker, transformation adviser and brand consultant helping small businesses in transition get from a place of chaos and uncertainty, to a position of peace and prominence.
In 1996, Kim co-founded and grew The Pita Group, a multi-million dollar marketing agency in Rocky Hill. During her 15 years with the agency, she developed a thriving culture, fueling employees for greatness, and nurtured relationships with clients ranging from Fortune 50 companies to non-profit organizations.
Kim serves as chair of CBIA’s Small Business Advisory Council and vice chair of Mental Health Connecticut Board of Directors. She has served on Boards of Directors, including CBIA, Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Hartford Children’s Theatre, Rocky Hill Chamber of Commerce and Rebuilding Together Hartford.
An advocate for empowering women, Kim is an active member of the Connecticut Women’s Council, Senior Executive Women’s Network and the United Way Women’s Leadership Council, where she serves on the membership committee.
She received the 40 Under 40 Award from the Hartford Business Journal, an Alumni Achievement Award from Framingham State University and a Women Redefining Media Leadership Badge from Girl Scouts of Connecticut.
Kim is writing a memoir, Split Ends: A Tale of 2 Crazy Sisters, which chronicles how she flipped her life right side up following her sister Kelly’s death in 2011. She expects to self-publish the book in 2017. Early chapters can be found on Kim’s blog @ peaceofpita.com.
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Best Western 201 Washington Avenue North Haven, CT 06473