2024 Inspiring The Conversation: Connecting a Generational Workforce

Connecting a Generational Workforce focuses on connection being the most valuable team currency in the workplace and how to better harness human connection for improved communication and collaboration across generations.

Remote work, advancing technology, and an always-on work culture are fracturing our relationships resulting in deep disconnection…especially across generations Feelings of isolation and disconnection among employees are on the rise, and contribute to a real and growing team challenges. You’ll learn how addressing the issues and finding practical, effective solutions can transform an isolated cross-generational workforce to one that’s happier, more engaged, and more productive in their efforts.

2024 Inspiring The Conversation: Connecting a Generational Workforce

Connecting a Generational Workforce focuses on connection being the most valuable team currency in the workplace and how to better harness human connection for improved communication and collaboration across generations.

Remote work, advancing technology, and an always-on work culture are fracturing our relationships resulting in deep disconnection…especially across generations Feelings of isolation and disconnection among employees are on the rise, and contribute to a real and growing team challenges. You’ll learn how addressing the issues and finding practical, effective solutions can transform an isolated cross-generational workforce to one that’s happier, more engaged, and more productive in their efforts.

Event Details

SSRCH welcomes Ryan Jenkins, CSP, a Wall Street Journal bestselling leadership author, on the topics of team connection, generational differences and the future of work.

Ryan’s keynote focuses on connection being the most valuable team currency in the workplace and how to better harness human connection for improved communication and collaboration across generations.

Remote work, advancing technology, and an always-on work culture are fracturing our relationships resulting in deep disconnection…especially across generations. Feelings of isolation and disconnection among employees are on the rise, and contribute to a real and growing team challenges. You’ll learn how addressing the issues and finding practical, effective solutions can transform an isolated cross-generational workforce to one that’s happier, more engaged, and more productive in their efforts.

Combining a decade of generational consulting and firsthand workplace connection research, Ryan Jenkins distills everything you need, showing you what’s causing today’s disconnection and how you can increase connection to boost belonging, engagement, retention, and performance with employees at every level (and whether their in-person or remote).

Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2024
Location: Acuity Theater | 2800 S Taylor Dr, Sheboygan, WI

Event Details:
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. – Event Check-In
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Keynote/Q&A: Ryan Jenkins
Generational Panel Discussion
Closing Thoughts
*Registration for live stream viewing is available.

Event Details

SSRCH welcomes Ryan Jenkins, CSP is a Wall Street Journal bestselling leadership author on the topics of team connection, generational differences, and the future of work.

His latest book is Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In.

Ryan’s thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Fortune, and CNBC.

For over a decade as a keynote speaker and consultant, he has helped hundreds of the world’s leading organizations like Netflix, Salesforce, Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, State Farm, and John Deere.

He is also Partner at WorkRivet.com, a technology platform that facilitates meaningful one-on-one connections across multi-generational teams.

Ryan lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, three children, and two yellow Labradors.

Learn more at RyanJenkins.com.

Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2024

Location:
Acuity Theater | 2800 S Taylor Dr, Sheboygan, WI

Event Details:
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. – Event Check-In

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon

Keynote/Q&A: Ryan Jenkins

Generational Panel Discussion

Closing Thoughts


*Registration for live stream viewing is available.

Keynote Speaker: Ryan Jenkins, CSP

Ryan Jenkins, CSP is a Wall Street Journal bestselling leadership author on the topics of team connection, generational differences, and the future of work.

His latest book is Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In.

Ryan’s thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Fortune, and CNBC. For over a decade as a keynote speaker and consultant, he has helped hundreds of the world’s leading organizations like Netflix, Salesforce, CocaCola, Delta Air Lines, State Farm, and John Deere.

He is also Partner at WorkRivet.com, a technology platform that facilitates meaningful one-on-one connections across multi-generational teams.

Ryan lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, three children, and two yellow Labradors. Learn more at RyanJenkins.com.

Who Should Attend?
– Senior & Mid-Level Leaders
– Managers
– Front-Line Supervisors
– Up & Coming Leaders

Audiences will gain:

– An awareness of the new science and the significance of connection.
– Strategies that are proven and actionable to cultivate stronger cross-generational connections.
– Best-in-class research and examples of individuals fostering better multi-generational connections at work.
– Ability to identify workers in need of connection and how to deliver it for them.
– Techniques to create connected, driven, and high-performing multi-generational teams.
– Following the keynote, Ryan will facilitate a generational panel discussion on how each generation approaches connection, teamwork, work and leadership.

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