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The Generational Guru Offers Strategies to Make Your Company Stronger

Welcome guest bloggers Betsy Tellier and Coleman Joyce to the Guru Blog. I was honored to speak at a recent event at Raytheon Employees Association (REA) and this was the amazing feedback they wanted to share.

Sherri Elliot-Yeary, The Generational Guru, specialist in offering innovative ways to: Recruit, Reward, Manage, Motivate, Train and Retain Employees.

REA had Sherri Elliott-Yeary speak on April 27th at the Tewksbury Country Club on the multiple generations in the work place and how to improve collaboration. For the first time in history, the American workforce is comprised of four distinct generations: Traditionalists, Boomers, Xers, and Millennials. Additionally, today's workforce brings with it a new set of challenges and opportunities, including the looming labor shortage, sagging productivity, knowledge transfer, the language barrier, and stereotypes.

Sherri's book, Ties to Tattoos: Turning Generational Differences into a Competitive Advantage offers innovative ways to: Recruit, Reward, Manage, Motivate, Train, and Retain all within a generationally diverse workplace. Understanding generational issues is one of the best new tools for resolving conflict and boosting productivity. Sherri’s book Ties to Tattoos provides keys for understanding these issues and strategies to leverage multi-generational differences in ways that make companies stronger. The creative generational strategies described throughout the book provides companies with the tools to gain the competitive advantage to attract, retain and motivate the workforce of the future.

Thank you Betsy and Coleman for this wonderful feedback.

Sherri Elliott-Yeary is an author, speaker, coach and trainer in the area of Human Resources and Talent Management. Sherri’s human resource management experience spans over 20 years where she has consulted with companies of all sizes, ranging from start-ups to large global organizations. Her expertise in human capital management and organization includes: workforce planning, company culture, training, assessments, HRIS implementation, regulatory compliance, strategic alignment, payroll, compensation and benefit programs. Learn more at

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