Today’s employee pool consists of individuals across five generations. The most successful organizations recognize the value each of these generations brings to the table and works to recruit individuals in different age ranges. But what happens when the generations are at odds with each other in your organization? How can you turn these generational challenges into collaboration success?

In this dynamic keynote, Chris Dyer will explore best practices for engaging employees across the generations. From ongoing recruitment and hiring practices, to leveling the playing field when it comes to opportunities, to maintaining a workforce with strengths from various age groups, Chris Dyer brings research and personal experience to showcase what works.

Learn how to build a culture that truly values and celebrates the worth of each generation. Future you will be grateful.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the value of having a diverse employee base with representation across generations
  • Identifying potential challenges employees may face when working with individuals from different generations
  • Using generational differences to build a forward-looking culture
“Chris is a world-class speaker. His presentations are straightforward and often with a startling sense of humor.”
Kim Shepherd, CEO, Decision Toolbox
“Chris is an engaging and creative storyteller. His passion for talent and culture continues to engage the audience, while having spot-on implications for anyone looking to improve.”
William Tincup, SPHR, CEO at Tincup & Co, Writer for Fistful of Talent

“Passionate and engaging”

“Wonderful style! Love the company stories.”

“Very knowledgeable with unique insight.”

“He was so funny and made it applicable to real work”

“Loved it!”

“Best workshop! Dove deep into culture and ideas.”

“Great content - very well prepared and presented.”

“Relatable real words. Simple slides, great presentation.”

“Very engaging”

“Excellent examples and stories”

“Great insight and advice”

“Great info! Confident speaker with light humor who kept it interesting.”