- Win the coming war for talent, or attract multiple generations of clients and customers
- Trends about how the Millennial generation is rocking the workplace
- Insights, perspectives, viewpoints, bringing incomparable credibility and richness
- Understand the four generations they work with daily
- Recognize the stereotypes that prevent us from understanding a different generation
- Identify ClashPoints® that cause worker dissatisfaction and attrition
- The costs of failing to bridge critical generation gaps at work
- Managing a multi-generational workforce
- Changes in an organization’s culture that will enable all generations to thrive.
David A. Stillman on generational issues in the workplace and the marketplace. Business: change, diversity, HR, Leadership management, teambuilding, teamwork.
David has been engaged by numerous organizations ranging from the IRS to MTV—all grappling with how to connect with four distinct generations of employees and customers.
His programs on generational issues in the workplace and marketplace receive rave reviews.
He has appeared nationally on CNN, CNBC, and the Today show and has been featured in such prestigious publications as TIME magazine, Entrepreneur, The New York Times, and USA Today.
David recently wrote and produced the corporate entertainment show TimesFour.
This production is breaking new ground in the corporate entertainment market as one of the first shows to offer more than just entertainment; it has true strategic value.
David’s creative communications work has earned him numerous accolades including gold medals at the NY Film Festival, and the much coveted CLIO Award.
He was recently named to the prestigious list of “Forty Under 40” movers and shakers by The Business Journal.
David worked for ABC television in New York City for PrimeTime Live.
With CBS radio, he embarked on a round-the-world trip covering such topics as the end of apartheid in South Africa and the fall of the former Soviet Union.
David was employed as creative director for the multimedia and computer based training firm, Integrated Strategies Inc. As he worked with clients such as 3M, American Express, and Wells Fargo, he concluded that communication strategies that hit hot buttons of one generation often missed the mark with another.
David has a B.A. degrees in Communications and Sociology and certificate in non-profit management.
Global aspects of generations: China, India, Europe and Latin America