Unlock The Power Of Generations To Grow Your Business
We work in a time of unprecedented generational change. Four generations in the workforce. Five generations in the marketplace. Strategies that work for one generation can be complete turn-offs for others. This divide is a costly challenge or breakthrough opportunity, depending entirely how you and your leaders respond.
In Crossing the Generational Divide, bestselling author Jason Dorsey exposes new generational truths based on his research that directly impact the success or failure of leaders and organizations. He shares surprising research findings, emerging trends, and specific actions that lead to measurable results.
Request info now on this acclaimed speech, available as a customized keynote, half-day, or full-day program. Your custom speech can also be enhanced with the Cross-Generational Workforce Index™ and Generational Power Index™.
Jason’s keynote speech at our International Management Conference was a huge hit! In an industry where talented employees are at a premium and retention is critical to success, Jason’s viewpoint was timely, engaging and thought-provoking. His understanding, not only of his own generation, but of those who hire and work with them makes his message all the more relevant.
Katie Taylor, President and CEO
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Your attendees leave this program able to:
- Put each generation in the context of your own generation
- Make the multigenerational workforce your breakthrough opportunity
- Implement ready-to-use actions proven to solve the toughest generational challenges
Jason Dorsey is not available through speaker bureaus.
Jason with David Gordon, SVP of Operations, The Cheesecake Factory, after keynoting their National Management Conference. Jason received a standing ovation.
Jason with Isador Sharp, founder of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, after keynoting their International Management Conference!
Jason with Rahul after speaking at the Numaligarh Oil Refinery in India. Jason spoke to engineers on how to get promoted and to company officers on how to create a culture of loyalty.