Generational Keynote Speaker
With over 80 million Millennials in the United States alone, this generation is now the most influential generation in our workplace, community, and marketplace. If a Millennial isn’t buying from you, they are certainly getting their parents (Boomers) to buy what they want from you. This generation knows what they want and is not afraid to ask for it, or share it with you via TEXT!
Sherri Elliott-Yeary, The Generational Guru, is a leading expert in generational diversity in the workplace. Her insider perspective and cutting edge research, coupled with her effective coaching style, make her a sought after speaker and consultant. Read Sherri's full bio.
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If you could retain a motivational speaker with high energy, humor, and customized, industry-specific business content, what value would that have for your organization? When you engage the Generational Guru, your employees leave energized, entertained, educated, and excited about new possibilities on collaborating across the generational gap.
As a motivational speaker with a human resource background, Sherri shares the secrets to Attracting, Retaining & Motivating across the four generations in her first book, "Ties to Tattoos: Turning Generational Differences into a Competitive Advantage."
She provides keynotes, break-out, and half-day sessions for corporate events and association meetings that are drop dead funny, motivational and full of proven research results on what the most successful do differently to effectively collaborate across the generations. Sherri's full line of keynotes can be customized to meet your organization's needs and goals.
Sherri is known for her appeal to a wide variety of audiences by delivering serious, result-driven information with professionally-honed humor. Her entertaining and provocative delivery style, combined with in-depth research and an innovative approach, makes her a favorite with clients who want to move beyond the limitations of traditional "best practices" and set breakthrough objectives to achieve maximum success.