Are you frustrated with the generation gap? Do you have top talent that is expecting to be promoted today for actions done yesterday? Are the parents of your new hires following them into the workplace? Do you feel Facebook impedes productivity and impacts your bottom line?

As a leader— in a global, multi-generational workplace - your ability to motivate, mentor and inspire talent of all ages to reach their potential, is integral to being profitable in business today and tomorrow.

Anna Liotta, CEO of Resultance, guides you to overcome the generation gap so you can effectively communicate and develop meaningful relationships with team members and clients of all ages. Click here for a video Anna Liotta is a communications consultant specializing in generational leadership, diversity and sales solutions. She is passionately dedicated to supporting leaders serving the generations through professional development and consulting.

Top 50 over 50

We’ve all heard of the Top 40 under 40. Our culture celebrates youth, and more specifically, success at a young age. But we’re starting to see a push to appreciate our Baby Boomers in such campaigns like Huffington Post and NBC’s Top 50 over 50. 

Baby Boomers have many great professional qualities: loyalty, perseverance, dedication, reliability, leadership. These traits are not to be taken for granted, and the rest of the world is taking notice. Baby Boomers in their great numbers have provided a tremendous foundation for the generations that follow them. And while Baby Boomers do not typically seek praise, they are due plenty of it. Give some thought as to who you would nominate. Even if you don’t officially nominate them, let them know that they are appreciated.