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Build a Bridge of Understanding
Transform the differences between generations into a highly engaged workforce all working together to make great things happen
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This is a unique time in history for employee relations because there are four different generations all working together at the same time and a fifth one just entering the workforce. That means we have younger managers overseeing older employees and older managers overseeing younger employees as well as every combination in between. Don Shapiro helps managers build a bridge of understanding to...

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Travels From: Palm Desert, CA
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How to Keep a Millennial Longer Than 6 Weeks
- It's more than a ping pong table!
  

How do you position your company to acquire and retain the best and the brightest employees? You become the best and the brightest place to work, making you the Employer of Choice. In this keynote/workshop, first, we'll address and then move beyond the stereo-types of each generation. Through highly engaging exercises, we'll identify and define YOUR Culture. Not Google’s, not Zappos’. Your...

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Travels From: Los Angeles, CA
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The Future @ Work
Generational Implications for Leaders
  

This keynote takes a different approach. One that strips away stereotypical generational differences and approaches this conversation from a positive perspective. We only have 9 years until Millennials are 75% of the workforce and 14 years until the last Baby Boomer turns 65. Generation X, stuck in the middle of these very large generations is taking over leadership from Boomers. What are the un...

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Travels From: Tampa, FL
Fee Range: Varies

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Leading Millennials
Finding the Inter-generational Sweet Spot
  

Millennials, born after 1980 and before 2000, are children of the baby boomers. Their parents doted on them, heaping them with praise and building up their own sense of self-worth. Their childhoods were filled with structured activities. While that has certainly happened to some children before, this is the first Internet generation with all that entails. What that entails is previously unimagi...

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Travels From: Philadelphia, PA
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Generation "Why Not?"
Millennials In The New Economy
  

Millennials, born between 1980 and 2000, are taking over the workforce. But, as digital natives–people who were born into a rapidly-advancing online world–their worldview is different than their Boomer and Gen X parents’ . Learn about the challenges and benefits of “Millennials In The New Economy.” Generation issues can be a divisive topic for businesses, organizations, and even famil...

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Travels From: Washington, D.C., MD
Fee Range: Varies

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