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September Webinar: The Multigenerational Workforce
Tuesday, September 04, 2018, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM CST
Category: Professional Development

Webinar

The Multigenerational Workforce: Making Way for Millennials

Date: Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Time: 2–3 p.m. CST

Dr. Phillips is an Emeritus Associate Professor of Architectural Studies where he served as the Director of the Graduate Program in Architectural Studies, Director of the Boone County Lumber Building Technology Laboratory, and State Extension Specialist in Housing and Environmental Design at the University of Missouri - Columbia since 1985. He holds degrees in psychology and architecture from Kansas State University and the Doctor of Architecture Degree from the University of Michigan. Dr. Phillips is also the Owner of Perigee, LLC, an organizational development and educational programming consultation firm in Columbia. He is currently an Adjunct Instructor in the Master of Strategic Leadership Program at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri.

Dr. Phillips' research and applied practice focuses on the relationships between people and their physical settings. He has been involved in action research and community-based work since 1975, beginning with retirement migration research in Taney County, Missouri, to involvement with the cities of Malden, Excelsior Springs, Moberly, Columbia, Sikeston, Glasgow, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Smithville, Windsor and Platte City. In his private consultation practice, Dr. Phillips works primarily with companies, corporations, institutions and other large organizations where he employs participatory processes and facilitates environmental and organizational problem identification and resolution.

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Speaker
Dr. Ronn Phillips, Arch.D.
Emeritus Associate Professor of Architectural Studies 
University of Missouri

Questions?

Contact Member Engagement and Professional Development: 
☎ 573.634.8787 
✉ [email protected].


Registration is required and complimentary for MCCA members. For non-members, the fee is $50.