Bridging the Gap (Omaha)




Your business is changing...rapidly.

Your workforce is changing.

What are you doing to develop leaders that will be ready to face the challenges of tomorrow?

It is time to catch up...



Bridging the Gap

Understanding Generational Diversity in the Workplace


The world of work is changing. Every day, leaders at organizations are facing the question, “how can I successfully work with this new generation of employee?”

The “Bridging the Gap” program will help you and your management team to begin to make sense of these changes. The content includes:

  • Description of the changing nature of work including a discussion regarding how the shift to a knowledge economy has changed the balance of power in the employment relationship.
  • Explanation of the new psychological employment contract and how it has evolved out of the last 20 years of corporate downsizing, right-sizing and scandals.
  • Detailed overview of the generational groups in the workplace today. This will include an examination of why each generational group tends toward particular beliefs and behaviors.
  • Specific guidelines for developing an individual and / or organizational plan to begin effectively developing your next generation of leaders.


"I have had the pleasure of working with Jason and Joe on a number of community and business-related projects and have witnessed firsthand their ability to engage their audiences and get people talking. They are uniquely talented, dynamic presenters that challenge the status quo and work to create positive change. If you are in the market for fresh, creative thinking and outstanding results, Joe and Jason are the right choice for you!"

-Laurie Pieper, past-President of Human Resources Association of the Midlands and Director of Human Resources for the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce


"I've had the opportunity to bring in Joe Gerstandt and Jason Lauritsen to speak on several occasions. I have found them to be very knowledgeable and passionate. They are able to engage the audience in a very interactive session with a bit of humor thrown in. I received rave reviews from their presentation. So much in fact that I had to bring them back to do additional sessions. I would happily recommend them to any organization."

-Laurie McIntosh, Organizational Development Specialist - Children's Hospital

Name Sales End Price Fee
General Admission Ended $45 $1.12
HRAM Member Ended $40 $1
Omaha OD Network member Ended $40 $1

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