MLB Alumni

David Stillman

David Stillman

Succession, leadership, talent management, diversity, social media—name a hot topic in business today and you better bet generational gaps are getting in the way. Are you looking for a savvy and insightful spin on the most pressing themes plaguing managers today? Generational expert David Stillman brings the ideas, the energy, Read more

Lynne Lancaster

Lynne Lancaster

Are you struggling with generational gaps in recruiting, retention, or communication? Do you need to engage the newly-hired Millennials in the room without turning off the Generation Xers and Baby Boomers? Are you looking for an insightful presentation on the hottest talent trends accompanied by practical, applicable solutions? Savvy, engaging, and entertaining, Lynne Lancaster delivers sparkling keynotes and workshops tailored to your strategic issues. Lancaster is one of the nation’s foremost generational experts and cultural translators. Read more

Mellanie True Hills

Mellanie True Hills

Mellanie offers electrifying programs that energize attendees and provide them with tools and techniques for creating permanent changes. We look forward to providing you with a program that attendees will never forget and that will make a permanent change in their lives.

As you get ready for your event, what messages do you want attendees to take away with them? That our hurried and hyperbusy lifestyles can put us at risk, but that they have the power to make changes that will protect them? That they need to put themselves first so that they will be there for others? Read more

Ken Dychtwald

Ken Dychtwald

Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D. is the nation’s foremost thought leader on population aging and its profound business, social, healthcare, financial, workforce and cultural implications. Over the next decade, leading industries, companies, governments, and major institutions will be challenged to transform their strategies, marketing, branding, distribution, product development, and workforce management to fully prepare for and capitalize on key trends created by a rapidly aging population.
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Joy Loverde

Joy Loverde

Imagine this: You’re busy at work, preparing for an afternoon presentation, when the telephone rings; Read more

Bob Phibbs

Bob Phibbs

With over thirty years experience companies worldwide have turned to Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor® for the proven Read more

Bruce Clark

Dr. Bruce Clark is one of America’s foremost visionaries and authorities on the business and marketing implications of the “new mature consumer.” In 1986, he co-founded Age Wave LLC, a leading marketing communication firm specializing in baby boomers and mature consumers, and has since directed many groundbreaking business initiatives in financial services, healthcare and retailing, as well as other industries, that have significantly defined this emerging market niche. Appearing frequently in national media, one of Dr. Clark’s most prominent accomplishments has been the production of the 20-part PBS series “Caring for an Aging Society.” He launched Age Wave’s Mature Market Study, an ongoing research panel of 3,500 baby boomers and seniors in 20 major US markets. In addition, he managed a national study with Roper Worldwide focused on business and marketing implications of “the new mature consumer.” In his entertaining and commanding presentations, Dr. Clark combines a dynamism and wit that is uniquely enriched by his research-based business and consumer knowledge. Read more

Tammy Erickson

Tamara J. Erickson is a McKinsey Award-winning author and widely respected expert on collaboration and innovation, on building talent and enhancing productivity, and on the nature of work in the intelligent economy. Her work is based on extensive research on the changing workforce and employee values and, most recently, on how successful organizations innovate through collaboration. Erickson has authored or co-authored numerous Harvard Business Review articles, including “It’s Time to Retire Retirement,” winner of the McKinsey Award, an MIT Sloan Management Review article, and the book Workforce Crisis: How to Beat the Coming Shortage of Skills and Talent. She recently completed a trilogy of books on how individuals in specific generations can excel in today’s workplace: Retire Retirement: Career Strategies for the Boomer Generation, What’s Next, Gen X? Keeping Up, Moving Ahead and Getting the Career You Want and Plugged In: The Generation Y Guide to Thriving at Work. An interactive, engaging keynote presenter, Erickson consistently earns high praise, and was the #1-rated speaker at SHRM’s 2006 Annual Conference Master Series. She offers a fundamentally optimistic point of view, along with fascinating trends and actionable counsel. Perhaps more importantly, she will build-to-suit, depending on your learning objectives. Her blog, Across the Ages, appears on the Harvard Business Review site where it is the highest-rated blog. Her entries address how the talent shortage and shifting employee values will create opportunities for individuals and challenges for corporations that aren’t prepared! Erickson’s article “Leading Across the Ages” was one of Harvard Business Review’s Breakthrough Ideas of 2008. HarvardBusiness.org created a Best of 2007, a collection of the editors’ favorite content from the entire year. Three of the 19 selections are based on her work. Read more

Ted Fishman

Ted Fishman

Ted C. Fishman is a veteran journalist, essayist and former member and trader of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. His talks reflect the intelligently researched material found in his writing and have most recently focused on the emergence of China and its impact on the lives of Americans as consumers, workers, managers, and citizens. Fishman’s presentations combine engaging storytelling with a wide ranging knowledge about the world economy, putting his audiences’ top concerns into context and exploring how they relate to big, global economic trends. Read more