By understanding what motivates a multigenerational workforce culture, Web Pioneer Brad Szollose was able to create the type of work environment that inspired people to do their best, manage themselves, and outperform your wildest expectations. This requires a 21st Century Management Style. Brad's business strategies catapulted him from an entrepreneur to a C-level executive in less than 3 years, and also virtually stopped turnover in his organization. Understanding and motivating a multigenerational workforce ignites hyper-growth. Have you ever experienced a 425% growth rate for 5 straight years, expanded from 2 business partners to 4 with 60+ employees and offices worldwide and a market evaluation of over $26 million, and an IPO on NASDAQ? Brad's results only management model (ROWE) did just that; applied to the first wave of young Generation X & Y workers. Mr. Szollose will share with your attendees the management model that won him the Arthur Andersen NY Enterprise Award for Best Practices in Fostering Innovation. And last but not least, he uses copious amounts of interactivity and humor in my keynotes and workshops. From the Mail Room to The Boardroom, Your Attendees WILL LEARN: - Bridging the Grand Canyon we call The Generational Divide by UNDERSTANDING IT - 3 Reasons why Yesterday's Management Tactics no longer Produce Results... (and figure out what DOES WORK for you) - Motivation vs. Incentives: What Motivates a Baby Boomer, will NOT Motivate a Millennial... Psst: You cannot address your Corporate Culture unless you understand the Differences in Generational Communication Styles - 3 Leadership Development Strategies that make all people LOYAL - How to create a HIGH Trust Work Environment... How is YOUR 21st Century Workforce Culture Intelligence? Your attendees will leave with the tools and strategies that are affective for Monday morning, and sustainable for years to come. Brad Szollose, Web Pioneer and award-winning author of Liquid Leadership: From Woodstock to Wikipedia will make your afternoon fun, informative and memorable. Attendees will be given a chance to role-play, ask questions and disagree.