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Becoming a Generational Genius: Why Most Generational Problems are Leadership Problems in Disguise with Tasha Eurich

  • 16 Apr 2015
  • 7:45 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Denver University, Craig Hall, 2148 S. High Street, Denver, CO 80208


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Becoming a Generational Genius: Why Most Generational Problems are Leadership Problems in Disguise with Dr. Tasha Eurich

Thursday, April 16, 2015

7:45 am - 8:30 am Networking & Continental Breakfast

8:30 am - 10:00 am Program 

For centuries, people have been lamenting the foibles of younger generations. And for organizational leaders, generational conflict seems inevitable. 

In this informative talk based on her own scientific research, Tasha Eurich reveals why most generational problems are really leadership problems in disguise. 

  • Are Millennials more self-centered than other generations? 
  • Is work less important to them? 
  • Does rampant generational conflict really exist?

Program participants will learn the myths and realities of generational differences, what the real problems actually are, and how effective leadership can heal most generational ailments. They will leave with a clear understanding of their own generational beliefs, actionable tips to lead across generations, a specific plan to improve inter-generational harmony.

Ideal Audience: Boomer, Gen Xer, and Millennial managers, executives, high potentials, emerging leaders, entrepreneurs, association members; anyone who is struggling with generational issues at work.

Participants will receive a complimentary copy of Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom-Line Results and the Power to Deliver Both 

Learn more about Dr. Tasha Eurich here.

See her YouTube Channel here.

In today’s knowledge economy we’re paid to think, and we need to find ways to be more strategic about it. Science is discovering more and more each day about how the brain functions.  Even though researchers will agree that they’ve made important discoveries over the past fifteen years, much about the brain still remains a mystery.  What we do know is very interesting because it gives us a peak into the connection between our wiring and our performance.  This awareness gives us clues about how to become better leaders for our teams, our organizations and ourselves.

What part of this new information is most relevant to the workplace?  And, how can we practically apply these new discoveries to impact talent engagement and the bottom line?  To answer these questions and more, we’ll explore the neuroscience behind change and how brain-friendly concepts are currently being applied in several organizations.  We’ll talk about how its changed organizational cultures, helped to align teams, fostered individual growth and become part of these organizations’ best practices.

Participants will:

1.  Explore the behavioral neuroscience behind change;

2.  Examine the relationship between thoughts, actions and perceptions of others;

3.  Learn how brain-friendly practices can be applied in the workplace;

4.  Practice these methods with a case study; and,

5.  Leave with 3 takeaways to apply at work.

Sophia Kristjansson

Founder & CEO

Lexicon Leadership Group

Sophia is a thought leader and executive coach in the exciting field of the neuroscience of leadership.  Her passion is to help people and their organizations better navigate change and influence innovation.  Her coaching and training experience extends back over 15 years and is balanced by more than 12 years in international business, management and marketing.  She regularly writes, speaks and teaches for a number of organizations and academic institutions.  (Her upcoming book on leadership will be published in 2016.) 

Sophia founded Lexicon Leadership Group in 2011.  LLG’s work is guided by a deep understanding of neuroscience and its relationship to human development and communication.  LLG specializes in executive coaching, leadership development training and team facilitation, as well as implementation of the Emergenetics™  suite of tools and solutions for clients across the globe.  Sophia’s on the board of Human Resources People and Strategy (HRPS) and is an associate fellow at Harvard Medical School’s Institute of Coaching. 

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