Four Generations both want and need to be in the workplace today. But, learning how to work together may be the most difficult employee challenge facing management for the next decade. Each one of these generations have a significant contribution to make to businesses trying to make a profit in today's climate. But, the challenge isn't that this fact is hidden from management, because we all are somewhat aware of it. Rather, it's how to blend the different perspectives of the various groups into cohesive teams without inciting generational turf wars which could clutter the effort of working together productively. Though the solution is not simple, it is straightforward. Dan lays out the four cornerstones of building an effective team environment regardless of the diversity that exists in business today. His session will make the participants understand the problem from a unique perspective and initiate action plans that will minimize the rising, though sometimes "silent", conflict that exists between the working generations. The session will end on the hopeful note about the strengths that each generation brings to the workplace and how the "puzzle" pieces can fit together so that feeling valued in the workplace can be an "ageless" achievement. The session can be conducted as an overview (1 hour), a seminar (3 hours) or a workshop (6 hours). You can get a taste of Dan's presentation style by visiting; www.danschultheis.com and clicking the video tab. Here's hoping we all embrace making the workforce generations happier and more productive. After all, we're all on a path to pass through each of those generations in our own work lives, too!