Generational Advantage

 Leading in a Multigenerational Workplace

If you are looking for an upbeat presentation on the Generations look no further. Karen McCullough’s Generational Advantage keynote takes a positive approach to generations in the workplace and in your organization. It’s an exciting time! The U.S. workforce now has up to five generations working side-by-side. This wealth of talent provides organizations access to a deep well of experience and expertise. It also challenges leaders and  professionals to better understand what engages and drives their multigenerational teams.

Understanding distinct generational differences,  grow engagement and meet each group in a personal and supportive way is key to building teams, and retaining talent. We must  stay sharp and continue to learn and engage with people who are younger and older to truly  gain The Generational Advantage!


  • Gain a  new perspective on all the generations

  • Inspire collaboration and enhance cross-generational relationships

  • Discover the 3 things top talent want from their employer

  • Identify the areas of  generational conflict such as  miscommunication, feedback, transparency, career development

  • Embrace a “Millennial Mindset”

  • Encourage collaboration with a generations game that will leave the audience inspired and upbeat

Liji Thomas

Liji Thomas

Senior Manager Diversity & Inclusion / Southwest Airlines

“Everybody at Southwest is still talking about YOU! Thank you again for the marvelous job you did. You created such impact here. The Generations program helped reinforce the power of inclusion, and furthermore mirrored our strong culture that has People at its core. Thanks again for a job well done, Karen!”

“Thank you again for your outstanding presentation at ECOS. It was fun – even electrifying – and absolutely relevant to recruiting, engaging, retaining & fully utilizing individuals of every age and generation in our mission. Bravo!”

Tom Tyler | Acting Director at US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Tom Tyler

Acting Director / Integrated Environmental Strategies Division
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency