In my career, I was an executive before the phrase Executive Presence was coined. You either had that job title or you didn’t, and moving up in the organization was based on bottom-line performance and who you knew.
It reminds me of the quote I once heard that stated, "For a man to be considered a good leader he must be tough. For a woman to be considered a good leader, she must be both tough and caring." (Source Unknown)
Leaders today want to know how to lead when their employees and colleagues span generations, ranging in age from 25 to 75 years old. The experts in this panel discussion share best practices and lessons learned when leading in a multi-generational workplace.
Listen to real people in leadership roles share best practices and success strategies. These leaders run teams, projects, and companies that span multiple locations, and have stories to share. This conference was recorded live with Zoom Video Conferencing.