- The M-Factor: Seven Ways the Millennial Generation Is Shaking Things Up at Work
- Explore the gaps between the generations we live, work and play.
- Millennials, Generations Xers and Boomers on stage together
Joe Marlotti: Strategic entertainment. Educational… The show keeps everyone entertained and gets audiences thinking and talking about the generations.
Corporate entertainment that’s smart, funny, customized, and appeals to every generation of meeting attendee
Joe Marlotti uses clever staging, props and costumes to explore the gaps between the generations we live, work and play.
For everyone… It will please employees from the new Millennial intern to the seasoned Traditionalist CEO.
Joe Marlotti plays well to each generation, it brings the generations together.
Interactive… getting everyone involved, from chanting the company mission statement to dancing the Hustle.
Enter a world where Pet Rocks, cell phones, and breath mints highlight the gaps between generations like never before.
A customized comedy show that ties in everything from the CEO’s high school GPA to the latest company initiative.
With a single comedian taking on the roles of four distinct, opinionated and hilarious generations, making audiences laugh, think, and relate.
Corporate comedian and star of TimesFour aka, Joe Marlotti, has performed as a headliner in the country’s top clubs including The Improv, The Funny Bone, Catch a Rising Star, and The Punch Line, as well as at corporate events for clients such as Anheuser-Busch, BMW, Cingular, Michelin, and U.S. Bank.
Joe is known for hitting just the right tone with corporate audiences. Joe is required to move convincingly between four characters ranging in age from early 20s to early 60s!
He is a premier on-camera talent and has been featured in numerous TV and radio spots. Gaining cutting-edge insights into what makes the generations tick, click and collide has never been more hilarious, or more captivating.
The first multi-generational speaker team to put Millennial, Generations Xers and Boomers on stage together where they clash and connect before your eyes.
Shows that enlighten audiences and leave them with plenty of practical, take-home ideas.
T.V. anchor Diane Sawyer said The Generations People… “shines a light on the cultural age difference and makes it as exciting as a brave new world.”
The top talent trends on the horizon and what it will take to attract and retain the best and brightest of every age.
He identifies the seven surprising trends that shaped the Millennial and the best ways to manage and engage this influential generation.
Selling and Marketing to the Generations. Markets are becoming increasingly segmented and one size no longer fits all clients and customers.
Joe’s presentation reveals the hot buttons and preferences of Traditionalists, Boomers, Xers, and Millennials that marketers and sales people need to know to connect with clients and increase sales.
Millennial Boot Camp: Millennial Orientation and Training. Millennial new hires need to understand all the generations if they are going to succeed and thrive in organizations.
This class “just for Millennials” teaches them how to work with Traditionalists, Boomers and Xers, and how to plot a savvy career course through inter-generational minefields.
Just for Associations: Engaging Four Generations of Members. Generation gaps are making it nearly impossible to meet the needs of every generation of members, donors, and volunteers.
Whether it’s signing up, communicating, or getting involved, this program reveals how to create loyalty with every generation.