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Dallas Fort Worth Chapter


January 19th, 2009

Pat Schnee

Pat Schnee is the Lead Trainer and Curriculum Director for the Professional Development Center at the University of Texas. She has more than 20 years of broad-based experience encompassing management training, consulting, business and program development, operations and staff management, in private, governmental and non-profit organizations in both domestic and international markets.
She is a certified mediator, and skilled facilitator. Some of the curriculum she has created is in the areas of Leadership, Communication, Conflict Management, and Presentation Skills, Train the Trainer, Multigenerational Workers, Management Skills, Customer Service, Succession Planning and Talent Management.

Pat has performed on-site company assessments to identify and define individual training needs, resulting in full implementation of company training programs and workshops that both reinforce corporate missions and enhance day-to-day operations. Pat is a dynamic keynote speaker and skilled communicator.

Prior to joining PDC nine years ago, Pat served in the U.S. Peace Corps for 2 ½ years in Bulgaria, where she was a Professor of Marketing and Business for the University of Varna. She also worked with USAID in the area of human rights for orphaned Roma/Gypsy children. Her last project was to help organize and implement the first ever Women’s Health Center in Bulgaria.

Pat’s experience as a professional coach, training film producer, business owner, and business consultant has given her a broad understanding of human behavior and how interaction can effect or influence a positive working environment. Pat is based in Austin, Texas.


Casual Monday?
Meeting the Demands of
Today's New Talent Market

The impact of multiple worker generations affects every organization with whom you consult!

What do the new talent workers need, and indeed expect, in the workplace? How will the marketplace develop this human capital while balancing the bottom line?

The answer to this challenge is to apply the results of the latest employer/employee global survey to align the needs and values of your organization with the needs and values of a newly emerging workforce.

Bridge the gap between employees with different generational value systems by developing a better understanding of who they are, what they value, and how to motivate them.

Today’s workforce is the most diverse (in age and in values) in our history. All generations have much to offer one another, whether as employers or employees, business partners or strategic mates.


  • Identify the new talent workers

  • Apply the latest global survey results of both the organization and the newer generations of workers in developing policies and programs.

  • Use mentoring and coaching strategies to align the needs and values of your organization with the needs of multiple generations.

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Network, enjoy the informal interchange with professional colleagues, and come prepared to challenge the speaker with your probing questions.



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Networking & Dinner:

January 19th, 2009
5:30 - 6:30 pm
6:30 - 7:30 pm
$40.00 for non-members & guests
$30.00 for IMC member
Reservations:  Online or Ken Langley - 214-256-3279


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