December 11, 2014

The ABC’s of Generations XYZ                              


The Piedmont Area High Performance Manufacturing Association (HPMA) cordially invites you and your guest to our next HPMA dinner event on Thursday, December 11th, from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at High Point Country Club.


Dr. Wes Davenport, on faculty with High Point University, will speak on the topic of 4 Generations in the Workplace.  This presentation takes a lighthearted look at the clash of values and experience in the workplace, offering clues and information to gain better perspectives on the culture within your company.


Key Outcomes

  • Provide a breakdown of generational preferences and tendencies
  • Identify major differences between Gen Y and the other generations
  • Identify common misperceptions of Gen X and Gen Y
  • Provide recommendations for managing Gen Y and a multigenerational workforce


Dr. Wes Davenport is an expert within the field of organizational behavior and human resource management, having earned advanced degrees in both clinical and industrial/organizational psychology. He has published research in numerous scientific journals on a variety of organizational topics including work teams, conflict, personality, and leadership and has provided managerial and organizational consulting services to both private and governmental organizations over the past decade. Wes is a managing partner with QDG consulting and enjoys speaking with local non-profit groups and associations such as the Human Resource Management Association of Greensboro, the Triad HR Executive Forum. Having previously served as Director of the MBA Program in the Phillips School of Business at High Point University, Wes currently serves as the Chair of the Management and Entrepreneurship Department.  Wes currently lives in Jamestown, North Carolina with his wife, MaryBeth and three young sons. 

Dr. Wes Davenport


All reservations are required by noon, December 8, 2014.

Since the event will take place at High Point Country Club and serves as our holiday program, the cost for this dinner will be $30 per person.  Open cash bar - You may register and bring a guest - Attire is business casual.


To register, please contact Bridgett Roach at the Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce: or call 336-248-5929.

If you have any questions regarding the HPMA or this event, please contact the following:

David Dailey: (336) 596-2364

Jim Donnelly:


High Point Country Club

800 Country Club Drive

High Point, NC 27262

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