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Keynote Speech - When Pot Roast Meets Sushi - Setting the Table for a Multigenerational Conversation
How to successfully leverage the many assets a multigenerational workforce can contribute to the corporate culture and success.
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Companies today are fortunate to experience the dynamics of having four generations sharing the workplace. However, managing the diverse styles of the Traditional Traditionalists, Still-Booming Boomers, Xtra-Independent Gen Xers, and the Millenials, can be a challenge. The companies’ immediate organizational productivity and long-term strategic success depend on how well this multigenerational ...

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Travels From: Baton Rouge, Oklahoma City, Austin, Houston, Dallas, DFW, TX
Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500

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Improving Communication across the Generations
Popular keynote for a multi-generational audience!
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This is a highly informative (yet, fun!) keynote that Lisa is booked for often because it is ideal for a multi-generational audience: Boomers, Generation Jones, Gen X, Millennials and Gen Z. Audience members learn what makes the different generations at work “tick” to improve communication, team-building, retention, and workplace productivity! Lisa also offers this in a deeper-dive 3-hour trai...

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Travels From: San Francisco, CA
Fee Range: Available upon request

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Multigenerational Management
The Ins and Outs of Managing 4 Generations in the Workplace
  

Modern day workplace has four generations working under one roof. Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, Millennials and soon Generation Z all work together to accomplish common organizational goals. But with differences in each of these generation’s viewpoints, upbringings, culture, ideas, beliefs and experiences, it is likely to see some tiffs or clashes within the organization. This makes managing fo...

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Travels From: Boston, MA
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Managing Generational Crowding
There are More Similarities than Differences!
  

Picture this: Claire, a manager in her late 20s, supervises a department of men who are older than her father. Tom, who’s in his early 50s, just transferred into a department where his colleagues are younger than his children. Myra, age 68, recently came out of retirement to work part-time several days each month. Sound like your organization? The American workforce has never been more diver...

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Travels From: Lancaster, PA
Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000

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Lead & Work Across Generations
Proven Strategies for Connecting and Engaging a Multi-Generational Workforce
  

The generational gap at work has never been more daunting. Ryan brings market-leading insight to help your organization and leaders close the generational gap and improve communication, teamwork, innovation, and more. THE PROBLEM: 52% of workers say they’re least likely to get along with someone from another generation. And 62% of Generation Z (the generation after Millennials) anticipate c...

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Travels From: Atlanta, GA
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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