Generational & Workplace Experts
David Stillman is not new to the generational conversation. For almost twenty years he has been called on by business executives, politicians and the media to share his expertise on how best to bridge generational gaps. David has appeared on CNN, CNBC, and the TODAY Show as well as NPR and in Fast Company, The New York Times, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal. Read More >
Believe it or not…there’s life after the Millennial generation. A new generation is impacting our workplace and not enough leaders are paying attention! Are you ready for Gen Z? The leading edge of Gen Z is well into their 20s. They are not like the Millennials, which means your recruitment and retention strategies need to change. Read More >
In “Make Way for Gen Z”, you will learn:
This dynamic keynote gives audiences fresh insights based on national studies of Gen Z’s workplace attitudes, interviews with hundreds of CEOs, cutting-edge case studies and insights from Gen Zers themselves. Read Less ^
Based on three national studies and the first global study of Generation Z, you will get a 1520-minute introduction into both the events and conditions that shaped Gen Z and the seven key traits that define this generation: Realistic, Phigital, Drive, FOMO, Hyper Custom, DIY, and Weconomists. Afterwards, keep the generational dialogue going during an in-depth Q & A session, to ask burning questions on what YOU need to know about this new generation. Read More >
“Seven Key Traits of Generation Z” allows attendees to zero in on their exact needs, such as: Read Less ^
If only we could group our younger workforce and marketplace into one generation - life would be easier. In many ways, leaders have been operating that way. Many are not paying attention to Generation Z and are just assuming everyone under 30 is a Millennial. Gen Z is nothing like the Millennials. Read More >
“Millennials vs Generation Z”, will: Read Less ^
Do they shop online? In-store? What does loyalty look like? These questions and more are addressed as the newest generation of customers pulls out their wallets. Gen Z has disposable income to spend, but only if marketers can connect with them. Read More >
More than their own disposable funds, Gen Z’s influence on family spending is the highest it’s ever been. If brands want to find success in the future, then understanding the Gen Z customer is paramount.
Based on national studies, insights from focus groups, and working with some of the world’s top brands, find out what it takes to connect with, sell to, and retain the Gen Z customer.
In “Z Ultimate Consumer: Who is the Gen Z Customer” you will learn: Read Less ^
For the first time in history, we have five generations in the workplace and marketplace. Not one generation is stagnant, so staying on top of how their generational personalities play out can be challenging. Read More >
Even though there might not be as many Traditionalists around - there are still many Traditional cultures. Boomers are working longer and reinventing retirement. Xers are slowly taking over the C-Suite. Millennials are no longer the newbies and are well into management. And yes, there is a generation after the Millennials...Gen Z. A lot to unpack - but in this two part presentation, David Stillman and Jonah Stillman can get the job done!
In Part 1, David Stillman, who has 22 years of studying the generations, presents:
Following a break, in Part 2, Generation Zer Jonah Stillman will join David to: Read Less ^
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"Your presentation provided terrific insights into the issues involved in managing a multi-generational workforce. And you did it in a way that made people sit up and take notice. Given the tight labor markets in which we operate, your presentation provided valuable tools to help our leaders achieve AEFA’s growth objective."
"Your inspiring and provocative presentation resonated with our audience on both a professional and personal level, and because of that, I must add, you gave us more than we requested."
"Your presentation really resonated with employees. All of the respondents to our post-event survey indicated that your presentation helped them better understand multi-generational workforces, with 95 percent saying that they plan to utilize the lessons learned in their interactions with their co-workers."
"Your enthusiasm for your topic was quite evident and much appreciated. In fact, many attendees felt your session was the most valuable of the conference."
"Your topic of dealing with generational differences in the workplace and in the community could not have been more on point for both the professional and personal lives of ICMA’s audience of city and county managers."
"To say your talk resonated with our attendees would certainly be an understatement. Obviously you have an engaging style, but your research definitely presents value-adding content. There is a definite buzz now on campus."
"Folks could identify with generational biases in themselves and gaps in communicating with others—whether that be with peers at work or family members at home. The information was both educational and entertaining."
"We found you to be thorough, insightful, and witty. The use of multi-media made your presentation entertaining as well as filled with great depth. And it was plain to see that you did your homework! The customization was top-notch."
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