Below is some inspiration and resources from Generational Speaker, Jody Urquharts Column and Blog to help you manage the X and Y Generation.
"Young people today have no work ethic!" "The over-the-hill crowd is clueless." "Workaholics? Get a life!"
Funny motivational speakers millenials program linkThere is a new face to workplace diversity. Elders, boomer's, X's and millennial share different values and work styles that present new challenges in the workplace. Learn practical solutions and insights for bridging and overcoming these generational differences.
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I was recently a motivational speaker for a teachers conference. We delved into the very compelling topic of how the role of teachers will change; thanks to increased technology and the changing needs of student learning.
I was recently a generational speaker for a conference of government employees. During one of the motivational speeches a delegates offered the following scenario....
As a Generational speaker, I talk a lot about the Millenial generation attitudes and values.
My grandmother knew about stress management before the term was even invented. She never took a change management course or worried about work life balance.
I was motivational speaker for a conference of education administrators. During the break they ushed in a group of 8 year olds who nervously collected at the front of the room and started singing christmas carols.
As a generational speaker I present a seminar called, Follow Me I'm Right Behind You on generational diversity. The topic of discussion always comes around to... Should we support using Social Media at Work and if so, How do we do it?