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April Virtual Summit – Mastering Gentelligence®: Understanding & Leveraging Generational Diversity in the Workplace
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With five generations currently in the workplace, many leaders view this dynamic as frustrating and challenging.

In this engaging workshop, you will go beyond the core concepts to activate and apply the strategies of Gentelligence to your organization’s unique generational challenges.

We will:

  • Explore the barriers that often prevent organizations (and individuals) from effective intergenerational collaboration.
  • Conduct an assumption audit to push beyond lazy stereotypes to understand generational and age differences as a valuable and complex form of diversity.
  • Practice replacing generational judgment with curiosity.
  • Examine how to develop organizational cultures that normalize intergenerational learning and collaboration.
  • Learn how to have smarter intergenerational conversations using power questions.



Megan Gerhardt

Megan W. Gerhardt, Ph.D. is a Professor of Management and Leadership at the Farmer School of Business at Miami University, where she also serves as Robert D. Johnson Director of Leadership Development. Megan speaks and consults with top organizations around the world on ways to leverage generational diversity in the workplace.

In addition to her academic research, she is author of the book Gentelligence: A Revolutionary Approach to Leading an Intergenerational Workforce. Her Gentelligence work has been showcased as Harvard Business Review’s Big Idea in March 2022 and was also chosen as one of Harvard Business Review’s Top 10 Must Reads for 2024.

Megan’s work on leveraging generational diversity has also been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, NBC News, The Washington Post, and CNN, among others. All of Dr. Gerhardt’s work (www.profgerhardt.com) focuses on leveraging unique differences to achieve impact and extraordinary levels of performance.