Ten years ago, the idea of talking about the generational differences that exist was not that popular…. But 10 years ago, the Millennials were not fully in the workforce! Today they are, and they are taking on leadership roles in many organizations and with that leadership comes change - in many areas.
This session will look at the Millennials in leadership and what they bring to the workplace, as well as, what they are changing. We will also explore what drives Millennials and what that means to our understanding of work.
We will also spend some time discussing Gen Z/Edge generation to see how they are different and what the workplace may look like in the future.
During this session you will:
This is will be an interactive zoom meeting (you will have access to your audio/video) to explore and discuss with your peers the Millennial generation and their leadership style.
A competitive triathlete, two knee replacements, preachers kid, college athlete, fun – all of these words describe Nancy Gunter. Dynamic, engaging, humble, knowledgeable and passionate – those are words used to describe Nancy as a speaker and trainer. She engages with the audience in a humorous, yet informative way, giving the opportunity for people to open up, broaden their perspective and learn.
Nancy’s passion for learning and in turn teaching others and opening minds is tremendous. She uses her humor as well as group interaction to create opportunities for sharing wisdom and knowledge.
Nancy is a Partner with Exceptional Leaders Lab specializing in speaking, training, and Executive and mid-level manager coaching. She is also an HR Consultant after spending 35 years with the YMCA working from coast to coast and speaking and training nationally and internationally. Nancy is a member of the National Speakers Association and presents on many topics related to leadership and self-development. She has also done extensive study and training in Emotional Intelligence, the current 5 generations, and Gallup Strengths Finder. Nancy has led many sessions on Emotional Intelligence guiding organizations in understanding why people act and react like they do. Nancy specializes in speaking on Generational Differences, Emotional Intelligence, and Why People Do What They Do.
Nancy has been a speaker for a variety of companies including Anheuser Busch Credit Union, MGMA of Montana, Oklahoma State University, Meridian Technology Center, City of Stillwater, Parent Child Center of Tulsa, ONEOK Gas Company, YMCAs from coast to coast, Littlefield Advertising Agency, and many others.
Due to her love for adventure and activity, Nancy has traveled extensively reaching five continents and training on three of them. Nancy also enjoys all types of sports and continues to participate in sprint, Olympic and Half Ironman triathlons.
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