Cheryl Cran – When Will The Disruptions & Change Stop!?!?!
We’ve likely all figured this out (and yet still yearn for constancy), but yep…in the future of work, the pace of ongoing disruption and change will not stop. Cheryl Cran believes the key is how we reorganize ourselves individually in order to be leaders that inspire others to “go with” the disruptions.
Adapt and be agile with people, situations and processes.
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Cheryl is a future of work and change leadership expert. Her style is high energy and interactive. She presents compelling, relevant research, combined with easy to implement ideas—creating ‘leaders of change’ throughout the room. AND, Cheryl always weaves in fun movie clips and music for maximum engagement—she’s well known for delivering the ‘WOW’ Factor.
Here are Cheryl’s most requested keynotes, ready to be personalized, mixed and matched:
Sample Takeaway – Insights into how leaders need to adapt to the ever-changing reality of worker attitudes and shifting attitudes on loyalty, job satisfaction and how work is done.
Lead Change In a Fast Paced and Technological Workplace
Based on Cheryl’s 2015 book, “The Art of Change Leadership – Driving Transformation In a Fast Paced World”
Maximizing Collaboration and Innovation in Multi-Generational Teams
Includes the three things that ALL of the generations want at work.
Finding and Keeping Good People In The Age of Robotics, Remote Workers and Increasing Competition
Have a greater understanding of why investing in recruiting alone is a no-win approach.
Cheryl is brand new to our SPEAK! roster and we’re thrilled about her message, her contagious enthusiasm, her authenticity and about the fantastic experiences we see her creating for our franchise clients.
Her fees start at $12,500 and she travels from Vancouver, BC. If something about Cheryl resonates with you, let’s explore how she can create change at your next event.
P.S. When asked about the multi-generational workforce, Cheryl says, “Generations in the workplace is no longer news; leaders and teams don’t want to hear about what makes the generations different anymore—they want to know HOW to leverage collaboration and innovation among the multi-generational teams.”