May kept me on the road, traveling from St. Louis to Southern California to Boston in just the first eight days!

What’s thrilling about these speaking engagements is the opportunity to help organizations navigate multi-generational communication challenges – from financial services firms who aim to retain client assets across generations to leaders as they begin to navigate rapidly changing workplace demographics.

Here is a photo that The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency tweeted after I presented a breakdown of Generation Y traits to their leaders.

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After speaking to groups than span industries, my key take-away is that every organization — big and small — needs to learn how to adapt to both the seismic shifts in workplace demographics and the many layers of generational expectations. There’s a lot of change aheadand therefor a lot to learn.

Here is a snapshot of my speaking tour and topics covered. It was truly an honor to meet with so many talented, national leaders!

  • Edward Jones, May 1, St. Louis, MO
    Retaining Client Assets Through the Generations
    Helping clients retain assets throughout generations is a key concern for many families. My 5-Step checklist helped Edward Jones with this important task.
  • Pence Wealth Management, May 3, Irvine, CA
    Multi-Generational Communication
    Pence Wealth Management wanted their clients to learn how to better communicate with their kids and grandkids about all topics, not just financial topics.
  • Nixon Peabody, May 8, Boston, MA
    Our Changing Workforce
    During their annual meeting, I helped the Nixon Peabody leaders strategically think about their firm’s future growth.
  • Wells Fargo, May 13, Chicago, IL
    Engage Every Age: Bringing Generational Diversity to Your Practice
    This talk was specifically for financial advisors who strive to build better generational teams for their clients.
  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, May 15, Springfield, VA
    Engage Every Age: How to Effectively Leverage the Strengths of Each Generation
    Speaking to over 400 of NGA’s leaders at their “Leader Day” was truly an honor.
  • Federal Highway Administration, June 12, webinar
    Engage Every Age: Why Traditional Management Techniques Fail with Generation X and Generation Y, and How to Adapt for Improved Performance
    This webinar was designed for FHWA’s mentors and protégé’s, allowing them to learn together about each other’s generational traits and strengths.

Do you think your organization is ready for the demographic shift that is headed your way? Do you feel that your organizational culture is handling generational differences in a positive and productive way? I’d love to hear about it. Leave a comment below, send me an email or find me on Twitter.

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