Alicia Blain
Generational, Gen Y and Leadership

Alicia Blain

Alicia Blain

Alicia Blain

Speaking Topics:

  • How to lead 20-somethings/Gen Ys in the workplace
  • How to lead a Multi-Generational workforce
  • Generations @ Work

As a former senior executive at Visa Inc., Alicia Blain knew firsthand the challenges and opportunities
of managing a multi-generational team. She was particularly intrigued with the impact the youngest group, the 20-somethings or Gen Ys, was having on the workplace and founded the Millennial Lab to help managers
and leaders understand and harness the Gen Y potential. She also helps Gen Ys understand the workplace
so they can survive and thrive. She speaks and conducts workshops on the generations at work and has
particular expertise with Gen Y issues.

Alicia will share amusing yet insightful stories on how she learned to use innovative approaches that
generated impressive results across all the generations. The audience leaves with an understanding of the following:

  • The generational makeup of the workforce today.
  • The traits and values of each generation and how that influences their work styles and approach to work.
  • How those traits bring conflict and what can be done about it.
  • What are the top trends that will impact the 21st Century workplace and how to prepare for that.
  • How to motivate and retain a multi-generational workforce.
  • The 5 elements that make Gen Y/Millennials unique and how it is provoking change in the workplace.
  • How to challenge existing management principles that get in the way of leading a 21st Century team.

A client who hired Alicia to speak at their annual client summit had this to say about her keynote:
“I can’t tell you how much our attendees raved about Alicia. Her topic stimulated a lot of lively discussion throughout the entire conference. The audience received practical advice to lead their multi-generational teams from someone who had tangible and concrete corporate experience in doing this. Hands down, Alicia was one of the highlights of the Summit and we can’t thank her enough for being a part of it.”

Contact: Alicia Blain
Cell: (305) 216-8569
Website: www.aliciablain.com

 

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