Instructor | Trainer | Facilitator

Creator of learning WOWs! and O*M*G* Moments.


...question is not how old are people now, but when were they young.... Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, Robert D. Putnam, Simon & Schuster, New York, 2000, p. 251.


Create your strategy to prevent generational smash-ups. Lacking a strategy your costs and frustration to improve workplace performance and/or customer loyalty among multiple generations will increase. Observe and pick out the common experiences and shared values of four generations and debate the differences between them. Discover how different values rub friction points among generations and decide how handle them pro-actively. Take specific, measurable actions within 72 hours of this session to reduce the wrangling between age groups. You and the entire audience will have the opportunity to provide more than 63% of session's dialog. This performance will make you the company idol as you:

(1) Watch 40 plus years of history in 4.5 minutes,
(2) Discover generational friction points, and
(3) Use crayons, a music video, jigsaw puzzles, and a game called "35" in a PowerPoint free zone to create your strategy to prevent collisions in the workplace.

2006-2007 Road Tour of "Generational Smash-ups"