Generations Keynote Speaker, Karen McCullough

Bridge the Engagement Gap in Your Organization

Whether on-stage or online, Generations Keynote Speaker, Karen McCullough's engaging programs will help you cut through generational biases, live your brand, and embrace change to spark a positive transformation and bridge the Engagement Gap within your organization.

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Generations Keynote speaker, Karen Empowers Audiences to

Embrace Generational Engagement in the Workplace

According to recent Gallop Research, employee engagement is at an all-time low. Engagement in the workplace affects employee retention, productivity, loyalty, and is key to customer satisfaction.

It’s time to raise employee engagement by building a culture where people feel connected, protected, and respected with people from all generations.

For the past two decades, Generations Keynote Speaker Karen McCullough has worked with corporations, businesses, and universities, inspiring and equipping audiences with insights, tools, and case studies, helping them boost engagement and gain a competitive generational advantage.

Her interactive and insightful programs help people and organizations embrace generational engagement by providing honest solutions that help overcome generational biases while encouraging better understanding and cooperation.

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Generations, Change

Getting Employees Back to the Office – 7 Critical Things Gen Z Needs to Know

While people around the world are returning to their lives, returning to the movie theaters, restaurants, conferences, and travel, they are not excited about going back to the office, especially Gen Z. That’s right, Gen Z employees don’t want to return to the office.

So what is the future of remote work for Gen Z? This post gives 7 ways Gen Z can benefit from returning to the office.

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Quiet Quitting – the Latest Work-Life Balance Trend

As many in the workforce report feeling stressed, overworked, and burnt out,
some employees want to limit their workloads, doing only what is required and nothing more. This behavior, labeled “Quiet Quitting,” is the new title for doing the bare minimum at work. People engaged in Quiet Quitting are not actually quitting their jobs, but they are leaving the idea of going above and beyond what’s required in the job description.

Quiet Quitting resonates strongly with Gen Z and Millennial knowledge workers fighting to rewrite workplace rules.

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7 Exciting Ways Gen Z is Changing the Workplace

The modern workplace has been constantly evolving and changing throughout the years – both in response to the adoption of new technologies, as well as the shifting values and work-styles from generation to generation.

Millennials have had a huge impact on the our workplace, but Generation Z is set to take things to the next level. In this post, we’ll explore how this generation is changing the way we work.

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“Karen’s speaking style relates to every person in the audience, whether they are younger or older, female or male. She is extremely funny, but she is also very informative, knowledgeable, and inspiring. When speaking, she captures the room and not only gets people excited to hear about what she needs to say, but encourages people to continue the conversation.”

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Engagement Across the Generations

LEADING A MULTIGENERATIONAL WORKFORCE

In this program Karen empowers audiences to build a culture of generational engagement within their organization where people at all levels work together to feel connected, protected and respected.

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Change is Good

KEEPING UP WITH THE PACE OF CHANGE

The world is changing and it is changing fast. Technology creates new opportunities that are transforming the future of work, business and even lifestyles. Karen give us the tools and rituals to face change head on and thrive.

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Going Beyond the Brand

growing a Culture of engagement

Your people are what defines your business culture and your brand. Karen shares her CPR Engagement strategies encouraging your employees to provide customers the ultimate brand experience.

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Generations Keynote Speaker Karen McCullough

My Name May Be Karen...
But I'm Not a “Karen”

However, the sad truth is generational put-downs are all too common today. From "OK Boomer" to "Slackers" to "Entitled Millennials", generational stereotyping is becoming more and more accepted in our workplace.

Today’s workforce is comprised of five unique generations that are extremely diverse in terms of experiences, expectations, and motivations. These differences often cause imbalance, conflicts and stress points between co-workers.

I am on a mission to help people and organizations embrace generational engagement by providing honest solutions that help bridge the generational gaps and encourage better understanding and cooperation.

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