Multigenerational Workforce

Leading a Multigenerational Workforce

A keynote presentation

Today’s workforce features an unprecedented five generations of workers. And leaders are challenged not only with understanding the members of each generation, but with getting maximum productivity from the BLEND of everyone.

We take a different approach to meeting these challenges for leaders.

Rather than making fun of the foibles of each generation, and teaching how to pander to the popular (and largely inaccurate) notions of what makes each group “different”, we focus on realistic strategies to make the whole workforce function well in concert.

 

 

highlights
  • How to stop griping about millennials and start adapting your organization to make maximum use of the available workforce
  • Why generational (or any kind of) stereotyping misses the point
  • How to compete as a powerhouse for attracting talent of all ages
  • Three ways to develop inter-generational cooperation
  • What each generation can gain from the others
Learn to attract, retain, and ENGAGE workers of every generation to become a talent magnet, and maximize business outcomes.
objective

To teach leaders how to recruit, hire, and gain maximum engagement from a wide variety of age groups in today’s workforce.

audience

All members of your organization charged with leading and working with a multigenerational workforce.

“Richard Hadden delivered one of the highest-ranked mainstage presentations at our 2017 Top Producer Seminar. His real-world examples and research-based information, highlighted with humor, was perfect for our group.”

Farm Journal Media Sara Schafer, Editor

“Richard, Thank you so much for your remarkable keynote at our National Huddle. The reaction has been terrific! You commanded the stage, and delivered a powerful, practical, entertaining presentation to our 1,200 Team Leaders.”

Sport Clips Haircuts Gordon Logan, CEO

It’s always good to have a strong opening speaker, and that’s what you were! Our members came away with something worthwhile. Something they could implement when they got home, which is huge!

National Air Duct Cleaners Assn Sara Wiltshire, Director of Meetings

Bill, thank you for a fantastic presentation! It was a pleasure having you on the program.  Your audience was greatly impressed with the quality of your content, your valuable insights and especially your relevant takeaways.

Human Capital Institute Carrie DuMont, Event Coordinator

We truly enjoyed having you.  I can’t begin to tell you all the positive feedback we have received from our associates regarding your presentation.  

Seaman Corporation Anna Gluck, VP, Human Resources

Richard – WOW!!! You sure exceeded my expectations! What we experienced was the most well-prepared, well-researched keynote ever. You did a fantastic job of celebrating everyone’s contributions.

Pioneer College Caterers David Nicely, CEO

“Richard, When asked ‘What was your favorite part of the retreat?’ the most common response was your presentation. So thank you for all the time and work you put into making sure our managers got the most out of the event!”

CareMore Health System VP Sales

Richard, You provided pertinent, actionable information that was right on target for us. Your in-depth prep work to understand us was a major key to your success with our group. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend you as a speaker.

MDU Resources, Bismarck, ND Tim Rasmussen, Conference Director

Richard, Your closing keynote address was one of the highlights of the conference. You were a true professional from start to finish. Several attendees told me that I did a great job in selecting you as a speaker.

American Bankers Association Matthew Brown