Building a cohesive team is tough enough without generational issues muddling the waters. Teams can’t function without mutual respect. You need to bridge the gap between generations to truly achieve synergy, and the way to do that is to see the difference between them.
Hadyn Shaw is that bridge. He helps organizations raise their generational IQ so they can deal with the multigenerational workforce. He is the author of Sticking Points: How to Get 4 Generations Working Together in the 12 Places They Come Apart and the best-selling workshop Leading Across Generations and Working Across Generations.
It’s more than generations, it’s life stages
Haydn specializes in Life Stages, not just generational differences. His presentations help you break ageism and overcome disconnects.
GENERATIONAL STICKING POINTS
Haydn’s generational keynotes get people laughing at the generations so they quit complaining about the generations and start learning why the generations are different and how to turn those differences into productivity and sales. People frequently refer to his presentation on generations as one of the best speeches they have ever heard.
THE 6 CHANGE REACTIONS
Change may be the new normal but the emotions it creates sure shakes up people. Just as the tsunami kills more people than the actual earthquake, people’s emotional reactions to change cause more problems than the change itself. When they announce changes, leaders tell their people that change is now a fact of life. But there is another fact of life: people respond to change in six ways. When leaders and managers ignore the 6 Change Reactions, they make change harder than it needs to be.
Productivity has two parts: how well the organization communicates priorities and how well individuals use their time. Most approaches just focus on individual time management. Haydn’s productivity presentations do both: he helps leaders and managers get clear on how to get their people-focused while also helping individuals manage their time and deal with the overwhelming flood of email, technology, and information.
YOU KNOW MORE ABOUT HOW TO LEAD THAN YOU KNOW HOW TO PUT TO WORK
Leaders have heard hundreds of ideas about how to lead. Rather than learn more about leadership, why not learn how to put the ideas you have learned at this conference to work. Effective leaders at any level know how to change their leadership vacuums so they find more time to lead while creating other high capacity leaders.
For more information on Haydn Shaw, please contact Susan Lauterbach at [email protected] or 630.390.6981.
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