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Take a look around your organization today. There’s a good chance you’re working alongside three and possibly even four generations of talent. Going forward, the workforce is moving inexorably toward greater diversity. This dynamic can create crippling challenges or game-changing advantages for teams that learn to recognize, understand, value and ultimately tap the strategic perspective that lies within every generation. Fresh eyes alongside seasoned wisdom will be a fierce force in the new world of work. Gen-Power will help you harness it.

In this session, Seth Mattison will help you understand the histories, personalities, strengths and challenges of each unique generational group, while also sharing insights and best practices on leading, managing, recruiting and retaining colleagues of all ages and experience levels.

A power shift has occurred in the world of finance services. No longer do institutions and authority figures hold the keys. Today power and influence are shared between client and advisor creating new challenges and opportunities for an entire industry. How will you respond to this dramatic evolution?

In Relationship Revolution, Seth Mattison will dissect how the best financial services firms and advisors are meeting the expectations of more sophisticated and demanding customers while demonstrating how an entirely new set of relationship competencies will be required to compete and win business in this new complex and competitive environment.

No one in recent history has disrupted the grounds of human resources quite like Patty McCord. In this presentation, McCord engages audiences by delving into the compelling and innovative ideas that made her Netflix slide deck on company culture go viral. She shares thoughts on how to rethink terms like “fired” and “quit” in order to understand the realities of changing jobs in a way that honors service and teaches people to manage their own careers. Her belief is that by thinking like inventors, saying no to “best practices” and aligning what people do to the business and the customers, companies can take the policing out of policy to make work more productive and meaningful.

As the head of Diversity Programs at Sun Microsystems in the early 90’s, Patty McCord held many talks, programs, initiatives and celebrations to promote equality and diversity. Today, gains towards increased diversity and equality in our society have been startlingly lacking. In this presentation, McCord challenges the audience to change their way of thinking about these issues. Sharing data is a start, but there is hard work ahead to achieve real transformation. First, if equal pay is an issue at your company—fix it. Without a correction to current conditions, we are guaranteed to see the same problems lag forever. McCord acknowledges that the three most female-centric departments in companies are Marketing, Human Resources and Finance. She calls on women in leadership positions to ask—how come we haven’t yet fixed equal pay? We OWN it!

Patty McCord served as chief talent officer of Netflix for 14 years and helped to create the famous Netflix Culture Deck. Since it was first posted on the web, the Deck has been viewed more than 15 million times, and Sheryl Sandberg has said that it may be the most important document ever to come out of Silicon Valley. A veteran of established enterprises and start-ups alike, McCord has vast experience building winning cultures. McCord will discuss how building a culture of freedom and responsibility strips away the constraints that can thwart high-performers so your teams can be lean, nimble, motivated and happy.

With rapidly advancing technology and an ever-growing use of social media by both allies and enemies, the tools used by the government are far from what they used to be. With experience confronting issues including, hacks of government infrastructure, and diffusion of the American media landscape, Denis McDonough led the implementation of a more robust presence of technology in the government. As a leader of one of the world’s most complex and heavily scrutinized organizations, McDonough provides insight for businesses on internal and external crisis communications, how to immediately respond to issues from global events to public perceptions, and leading teams and organizations through change while under extreme pressure.

One of today’s trending topics is the notion of “good business,” not just with regard to prescient deals but how your business adds to the community at large. So what does “good business” mean to employees, partners and consumers? Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer of WWE, speaks to the importance of culture and community, and how a value driven mission and corporate culture ultimately motivates employees, provides added benefit to partners and gives consumers a reason to keep coming back.

You will learn:

  • The importance of authenticity.
  • How to motivate and inspire employees through clear communication and a value driven mission.
  • The importance of a corporate social responsibility strategy and how WWE leverages four key pillars of service including Diversity and Inclusion, Hope, Military, and Education.
  • How to create a lasting community around your brand or business that creates sustained engagement.

Being a female executive in what was primarily perceived as a “man’s world” has provided Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer of WWE, with key insights into what empowerment means and how to impact change for women across all business, particularly in the world of sports and entertainment. McMahon speaks to how empowerment isn’t about gender, race or ethnicity—it is simply about being the best at what you do. 

You will learn:

  • How confidence is the key to success.
  • The importance of giving women the same tools as men to be successful.
  • How a global twitter trend helped shape the way WWE presents its female stars.
  • How to ensure your voice is heard.

A shared culture and value system is vital to a company’s longevity, but how can leaders drive change when a company’s culture is off course? Jim McNerney believes focusing on leadership development and values, while aggressively addressing bureaucratic insularity, is critical when addressing dysfunctional cultures. Sharing stories from his executive roles at The Boeing Company, 3M and GE, McNerney explores the “hands-on, one-conference-room-at-a-time” approach he took to drive culture change and strategies around the use of both bottom-up and top-down leadership approaches.

What’s the correlation between creative and commercial success? Looking at the past decade, Jonathan Mildenhall shares some of the most awarded creative work and shows the effect it had on companies’ financial performance. He highlights examples from brands as diverse as P&G, VW, IKEA, and Burger King in order to prove the link between thinking creatively and improving an organization’s bottom line. He adds his own experience as VP Global Advertising at Coca-Cola and CMO of Airbnb, where his campaigns not only brought awards and accolades, but also profitable growth.

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