Speaker Programs in Generation Issues
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Difficult People, Motivation, Teambuilding, Conflict Resolution
Every day is filled with a colorful cast of characters. How do you deal with the difficult ones who get under your skin? And what if they're your coworkers, patients, or customers?
Colleen says, "Having an interaction with a difficult person can set the tone for the entire day and be tough to shake off. Have you ever told yourself to ignore that person's comment, but it still lingers? What can ... (MORE)
Colleen Kettenhofen Travels From Portland, OR
Understanding the Generation Gap and Strategies to Work Together and Achieve More
Baby boomers. Generation X. Generation Y. Digital natives. Your boss, co-workers, subordiantes. Different work ethics, miscommunication, different values and wasted opportunities are all a significant result of the generation gap. Why can't we all just get along?
In this fun-fulled presentation, you will see the communication styles and values of each generation. This gap can be the bigge... (MORE)
John Childers Travels From Sarasota, FL
It's time for a fill up!
Happy people live longer, work harder, have more fun, and are just better to be around. In this presentation Bryant will share with your audience the importance of being your own source of happiness and motivation even when your environment makes this difficult. This program focuses on defining what employee engagement really is and how conquering your fears and living a life of presence are esse... (MORE)
Bryant Halstead Travels From Fredericksburg, VA
Learn How to Deal with Difficult People at Work and Home.
Your audience will be fascinated by the hilarious stories Stan will pull out of his hat as he shares from his forty years of being an employer and his twenty plus years serving as a Dale Carnegie Training coach.
In this session - all will have a good time - as we poke fun at ourselves. Everyone will take away some very serious lessons that can make a real difference in their quality of life.
Stanley J. Reynolds * Edutainment Travels From Orlando, FL
How to succeed in a cross generational workplace
Learn how to lead across multiple generation in an organization. No generation collide has ever been this complex, daunting, and overwhelming in any era. Gain the skills and tools needed to succeed in this fast paced global economy and leverage the skills of each generation to take your business to new levels. (MORE)
Clark Lowe Travels From Middletown, NY
A Distracted Workforce Is Less Than Effective
Employees who do not pay attention to their work can waste valuable time and make careless mistakes. Attention management is a useful skill that allows managers to connect with their employees on an emotional level and motivate them to focus on their work and how to reach their personal and company goals.
Every company and every manager wants to increase productivity. Constant access to informa... (MORE)
Dr. Curtis L. Odom Travels From Boston, MA
Class? Work? Relationships?
Everyone seems to think it's the "Millennial" generation who has its nose stuck in a cell phone...but is it just them? It seems everyone is a bit "distracted" when dealing with their interpersonal relationships.
This keynote/workshop discusses technology and its barriers to interpersonal communication and immediacy. Particular focus is placed on the traditional-aged college student and teenager... (MORE)
Dr. Chris Gurrie Travels From Tampa, FL
Parenting in the Age of 'Todders and Tiaras"
FATLASH! is a memoir and a cautionary tale about the backlash that can result from regulating others people’s diets (especially children). It’s also about Karen’s real-life experiences in child beauty pageants and the way in which some parents live vicariously through their children.
This has been coined "Princess by Proxy" by Martina Cartwright who wrote the forword to Karen's book.
Karen Kataline Travels From Denver, CO
Decrease conflicts, increase employee learning with effective use of the generations within the workplace.
Tattoos, piercings (in some very bizarre places!), pants on ground, visions of self-grandeur, attention span of a gnat, that’s what a head-scratching boomer might be thinking when they are trying to communicate with their Millennial employee. All the while the Gen X and Y are viewing their Boomer working buddies as stale, boring, bossy and aggressively hanging on to a job that they are all too ... (MORE)
Kelly Smith Travels From Detroit , MI
A Leader's Guide to the Complex, Multi-Generational, 21st Century Workplace
Do you know:
What three significant events between 1900 and 1945 have impacted every generation since?
Who really led the counter-culture of the 1960's and 1970's?
What broad influence has made a majority of the Millennial Generation significantly different? (Hint: It isn't computers)
The workplace has become a melting pot of 5 different generations. The differences in those generatio... (MORE)
Bob Mason Travels From Albuquerque, NM