Garrison Wynn to Help Auto Glass Week™ Attendees of Different Generations Work Better Together
July 18, 2012

Garrison Wynn

Garrison Wynn, author and speaker, will give pointers on motivating, managing and retaining younger employees and technicians, as well as ways to prevent older managers from losing their minds, in his seminar during Auto Glass Week™ 2012. Wynn is scheduled to speak on Thursday, September 20 from 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. at the Louisville Marriott Downtown.

Wynn’s session, “Generations Working Better Together,” is a research-based program that explores why younger and older people don’t see eye to eye and how to find resolution in the workplace. His session is an extremely informative, entertaining, solutions-based presentation that will be a rousing kick-off to Auto Glass Week 2012.

“The educational committee for Auto Glass Week felt that a knowledgeable expert speaker on different generations working effectively together would be beneficial to our attendees,” says Ally Curran, event coordinator for Auto Glass Week. “We feel that Garrison will do a great job demonstrating to attendees that it is possible for Gen X and Y employees and baby boomers to work well together in the workplace.”

Garrison Wynn has a background in telecommunications, and financial services. As a teen he worked with Magnavox and baseball sports legend, Hank Aaron, to promote the world’s first video gaming system. By age 27, Wynn was the youngest department head in a Fortune 500 company’s history. Wynn, a former professional stand-up comedian, has a top-selling book titled The Real Truth About Success.

Auto Glass Week 2012 will be held September 20-22, 2012 at the Louisville Marriott Downtown and the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Ky. The Exhibition/Extravaganza will be held September 21-22, 2012. More information on the event, registering and seminars can be found on the official event website, www.autoglassweek.com.

Auto Glass Week will bring together all of the major auto glass groups, including the Auto Glass Safety Council (formerly the AGRSS Council Inc.), Independent Glass Association (IGA), National Glass Association (NGA), the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA), along with AGRR™ magazine's Pilkington Clear Advantage Auto Glass Technician Olympics and Walt Gorman Memorial Windshield Repair Olympics. The International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ also will be held concurrently. The event is managed by AGRR magazine.

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