with Raven Solomon, Author and Founder of Center for Next Generation Leadership & Professional Development
Who it’s for
Managers at all levels who want to motivate and inspire their multi-generational team to peak performance.
Why this course
Leading people is tough – and when you add in the fact that the workplace is now comprised of more generations than ever before, the job of a leader only grows more difficult. Leaders across all industries are being tasked with getting business results in a more competitive marketplace than ever, through a team that is likely more generationally diverse than ever. Managing these generational differences can be overwhelming, costing the organization time and output.
In this unique and highly engaging program, Raven takes your leaders on an in-depth journey to fully understanding not just the generational differences that exist amidst their team, but why these differences exist and how they can be leveraged to create a cross-generational synergy that drives results.
Leaders will leave with a clear understanding of how generations form and why they have such an impact on the way people perform and how they are best led (and motivated) at work. Raven will share her trademarked framework, Led Languages™, to help attendees develop strategies for effectively leading across the various generations within their team.
- Demonstrate a deep understanding of generational characteristics and their foundation
- Identify the value of moving from generational diversity to generational inclusion
- Learn proven techniques for effectively managing team members of each generation
- Appreciate generational diversity as a team competitive advantage
April 14, 2022 | 1 day ($900)
Leadership Louisville Center members receive $100 off – contact us for the discount code.
Become a Green Room package holder and receive discounts of up to 20%. Contact Paul Bolton
“Raven’s presence and energy combined with powerful content made for an insightful and inspiring session that we were able to offer to 200 team members. We look forward to working with Raven and her team again.”
– Christy Weigold, Dell Technologies
“Raven captured the room with her knowledge, in-depth research, and her ability to make it all relevant to EACH OF THE 4 generations represented in the room. If looking for a way to continue to bridge that generational gap or spark the dialogue that needs to occur in every office setting, Raven should be the first stop.”
– Abeni Ofunniyin, Senior Project Lead, Metlife
Continuing Education Units (CEU)
The HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) has pre-approved this workshop for re-certification credit hours, with the exact number of hours TBA. This program is also valid for PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.
Raven Solomon is a nationally recognized keynote speaker, multigenerational leadership expert, and author of the 2019 release Leading Your Parents: 25 Rules to Effective Multigenerational Leadership for Millennials and Gen Z. She is also the founder and president of the Charlotte-based Center for Next Generation Leadership and Professional Development, a startup focused on providing soft-skill development to the leaders of tomorrow, Raven uses her formidable leadership skills, business acumen, and professional experience to develop multigenerational leaders of all ages— Baby Boomers to Gen Z— to effectively lead across differences.
Raven has helped tens of thousands, from podiums around the country, close the gaps inside dozens of industry-leading companies, and creating sustainable cultural change. She’s also facilitated trainings with students of world-class universities, and consulted with household brands in the areas of generational diversity & inclusion and early talent development and retention.
Raven gives audiences the safe space to grow, learn, and laugh in her engaging and powerful in-person and virtual learning experiences.
The Leadership Louisville Center will begin hosting its Leadership Green Room courses in person as of July 2021. We will be practicing all health and safety protocols as suggested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), federal, and state authorities including:
- Social-distanced seats in our classroom
- Masks required by all attendees and will be provided to visitors if they do not have one
- Rigorous cleaning procedures and hand sanitizer stationed throughout our facility
Need more information? Contact Paul Bolton or call (502) 561-0458.