Known from coast to coast for their expertise, professionalism, customized content, and humor, BridgeWorks’ keynote speakers Lynne Lancaster, David Stillman, Seth Mattison, Amy Lynch and newcomer Kim Lear get audiences tuned in and turned on as they enlighten, motivate, and offer practical solutions for solving the generational issues that plague today’s workplace and marketplace.
Backed by years of experience, supported by solid research, and enhanced by a vibrant selection of multimedia images including PowerPoint slides, movie clips, and TV commercials, our speeches and workshops illustrate who the generations are, why they clash, and what everyone can do to bridge the gaps. Tailoring is our Hallmark: Speakers work with clients to tie into meeting themes and address specific challenges facing each audience, whether they revolve around leadership/management issues, building stronger teams, or reaching four generations of customers.
What’s more, our speakers are multigenerational. Baby Boomers Lynne and Amy, Generation Xer David, and Millennials Seth and Kim share insights and perspectives from diverse viewpoints, bringing incomparable credibility and richness to their messages. All are trend watchers and deeply committed to helping organizations achieve higher productivity, improved morale and better retention rates.
BridgeWorks’ philosophy is that every generation has a valid point of view. It's not "out with the old, in with the new." It is about creating an environment where four generations can work side-by-side. Our goal is to impart a clear understanding of how organizations can identify and bridge the gaps that could have significant bottom line effects on business performance. And not only do our presentations create awareness, but we pride ourselves on giving audiences take home solutions they can put into practice the very next day.
Customization is BridgeWorks’ hallmark. Programs are individually tailored through a detailed process that includes a pre-program questionnaire, interviews with selected leaders/employees, and research into each client’s industry and issues. We review websites, ad campaigns, recruiting brochures, and other relevant materials for generational examples that will enhance learning. And if appropriate, we look at similar organizations as a way of benchmarking.