Leadership Consultant, Entrepreneur, Best Selling Author - Strategies to Lead Change in a Fast Paced and Technological Workplace
Leading Change in a Fast-Paced, Technological and Multigenerational Workplace
Years of in-depth research, hours with focus groups, and analyzing audience response data are the foundation of Cran's business excellence strategies for organizations and their leaders. Her understanding of corporate culture produces tailored keynotes and training programs that promote strategic management and organizational change.
Cheryl Cran, integrates the realities of today's workplace all moving at a fast-pace, increasing technology and interacting with multiple generations.
In her book 101 Ways to Make Generations X, Y and Zoomers Happy at Work, Cran analyzes business trends to confirm that companies focusing on the uniqueness of their workforce will gain competitive advantages in the workplace. Her research was backed up by recent US Conference Board and Emirates Business 24/7 surveys revealing that businesses focusing on happier workplaces will be at the forefront of innovation and increased productivity in the next decade.
Leverage Technology and Lead Change in a Multigenerational Workplace
Technology is creating a new workplace dynamic where it is approached differently by each of the generations. The key is to maximize the technology to simplify work, to solve long standing issues and to increase profits.
Generation intelligence is a strengths-based approach that provides organizations with a business strategy to develop the best, most highly developed leaders who engage their workforce in becoming personally accountable for business success. Cran focuses on leading the generations and how to manage change and teaches empowerment skills that move leaders and their teams to engage fresh ideas, innovation and creative breakthroughs.
Change, Communication, Leadership, Sales Leadership, Generations in the Workplace
Knowledge Sharing is Key to Managing Change and Transitions
Change management and succession planning for the generations becomes more manageable when the corporate culture supports the attitude of generously sharing what each person knows. Cran shows Zoomer leaders (boomers who refuse to age) how to generously and enthusiastically share what they know to provide tools for Gen X and Y workforce success. Leaders who are open, willing to share and who thrive on helping other people succeed are the leaders that Gen X and Y employees seek.
Leadership, Change, Sales, Succession Planning, Generations in the Workplace
Recruiting and Retaining Gen X and Y With Success Is a Key Business Strategy for 2012 and Beyond.
Many industries are experiencing a major change with a good portion of the Zoomers (Baby Boomers who refuse to age). This is causing a major effort to recruiting and retaining Gen X and Y. Generation Y. Cheryl has worked with industries such as Agriculture and the Food Industry to help with strategies and ideas that align the generational attitudes. The workplace of the future will have to have very different leadership and rules in place in order to appeal to Gen Y's specificlly. Based on research and case studies Cheryl provides real world solutions for industries struggling with this issue.
The Future is About Results
What could be achieved when leaders focus on results rather than time on the job, or the confines of a job description? The best organizations will achieve business excellence by doing just that - focusing on the gifts and skills of their workforce to increase productivity. Cran provides empowerment skills and strategies for all generations to create an encouraged workforce, support innovation and increase the contributions of Gen X and Y employees for increased results.
Future of Work, Motivation, Leadership, Strategic Management, Generations in the Workplace
Cheryl Cran, CSP is an in-demand consultant and speaker on workforce issues, as well as the author of 101 Ways to Make Generations X, Y & Zoomers Happy at Work, The Control Freak Revolution, and 50 Ways to Lead & Love It.