The program on the multigenerational workplace Dr. Taylor presented was right on the money for our state wide economic development conference. He clearly understands the generational issues in the workforce, from the statewide level all the way to day-to-day interactions. His suggestions will help a lot of our attendees in recruitment, retention and management.

Jessica L. Craig
Executive Director, Economic Development, Sedalia – Pettis County, Missouri

Dr. Taylor’s program on the multigenerational workplace was right on target for our Chamber members. It was well researched and totally up to date. Everyone loved how he kept participants engaged and provided super valuable content and suggestions. His humor really helped break down barriers and people were able relate the ideas to their own lives. I highly recommend for any Chamber.

Tina H. Combs, IOM
President and CEO, Mountainsburg-Berkley County (WV) Chamber of Commerce

I have keynoted conferences with educational audiences from K-12 faculty and administration, college discipline specific faculty and student services groups, through many health care professions and up to the thoracic surgery educators. Each keynote is tailored to the audience. I have taught such a broad range of college and graduate level subjects subjects, worked in a such a variety of schools and student services areas that I have experience and examples appropriate for any education conference. My keynote topic often becomes the conference theme, so I usually offer the opening keynote. Other people like for me to give the closing plenary since people will stick around to hear me.

I am very familiar with a variety of CEU, continuing education and educational contact hour requirements of a variety of professions, especially in nursing and health care, and no one has ever had a problem getting my sessions approved by their credentialing organizations.

Since my first price point is for up to three hours of program time. I encourage planners to schedule me for a keynote or plenary session of at least sixty minutes (ninety is better), and a breakout session.

The keynote topic is usually on either understanding and teaching today’s learners , or planning for success in the multigenerational academic workplace. The breakout can be a Q&A / talk back session, on another topic, or to target a specific sub-population of conference attendees. For example, when I have keynoted for the southern association of colleges events, my plenary was for a general audience, and the breakouts were for faculty. Check out the topics under my school programs and workplace and chamber programs tabs for options. I can even develop a program on a topic of special interest. Several of my programs grew out of such requests!

I’m happy to take the time to work with conference planners to develop the schedule and topics that work best for your event. Having been involved with hundreds of conferences I am often able to advise, when asked, about general conference planning issues.