Author, speaker, consultant, and Millennial Expert
Title of the speech:
Leveraging Generational Rapport For Exponential Knowledge Transfer
The challenge of knowledge transfer is not a lack of knowledge but a lack of relationship. Perhaps the greatest transfer of knowledge in the history of the world will take place over the next 15 years as a older generations give way to younger generations. Young professionals represent the first generation that has not needed an authority figure to access information. Consequently, technology has redefined how young professionals relate to authority and how older generations perceive them. You will learn how to overcome generational tension that inhibits career development and knowledge transfer.
Title of workshop:
Thriving In A Multigenerational Workforce
There is a monumental changing of the guard that is currently taking place in organizations. One of the largest birth cohorts or generations in history (Baby Boomer) is beginning to retire while their predecessor (Builder) is almost completely out of the workforce. Gen X is hitting stride and on the cusp of inheriting the proverbial organizational mantle. The three aforementioned age cohorts have learned to play in the organizational sandbox together. However, a new age cohort (Millennials—the largest age cohort in today’s workforce) is kicking up sand. They are plug-n-play when it comes to wanting to engage at work but organizations often turn them off as a result of not understanding their behaviors and values.
You will learn skills that will help you work with every generation but they will be exponentially important when working with Millennials. The session is not based on a discussion about Millennials—it is the result of a decade long conversation with Millennials and the people who are successful at working with them as employees and clients.
- Understand the dynamics at play in a multigenerational workforce
- Understand the theoretical framework for thinking about generations
- 9 competencies critical to managing today’s workforce
- Challenges younger workers face when entering the workforce and how to help them
- Overcoming personal and organizational bias
- Developing emerging leaders
- Working cross-generationally with clients
Dr. Chip Espinoza is the Co-author of Managing the Millennials: Discover the Core Competencies for Managing Today’s Workforce Second Edition, Millennials Who Manage: How To Overcome Workplace Perceptions and Become A Great Leader, and Millennials@Work: The 7 Skills Every Twenty-Something Needs to Overcome Roadblocks and Achieve Greatness at Work. His books have been translated into several languages. He is also the Academic Director of the Organizational Psychology and Nonprofit Leadership programs at Concordia University Irvine.
Chip keynotes internationally and across the country on how to create an environment in which managers and Millennials can thrive. Chip is a leading expert on the subject of generational diversity in the workplace. He consults in the civic, corporate, and non-profit sectors. His client list features great organizations like The Boeing Company, Microsoft, Schneider Electric, and Special Olympics.
Chip is the go-to person for news agencies on the topic of integrating younger workers into organizations. He is a content expert for CNN on the subject of generational diversity in the workplace. He has also been featured on Fox News, CBS Radio, and in major publications. Chip was named a top 15 Global Thought Leader on the Future of Work by the Economic Times.