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    Monthly Meeting - The Generational Advantage

    Date: June 22, 2021, 11:45am
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    The Generational Advantage

    (1 general recertification credit for both HRCI and SHRM)


    The Generational Advantage: How generational insights can help your HR team succeed today, and into the future.  

    By 2030, the workplace – and the people who lead within it – will look very different. As you face the implications of the massive generational shift that’s taking place, the time to prepare is now. In this forward-thinking session, national speaker and author Jessica Stollings-Holder empowers you with a generational lens to evaluate how you can engage each and all generations today and adapt to build enduring success.

    Learning outcomes:

    • Why generations are an important cultural competency.
    • How to attract, recruit and retain each generation.
    • How to benefit from generational diversity.
    • How to share knowledge across generations to ensure individual and organizational legacy.

    “Memory lane” Class Activity

    In this interactive keynote, we will go on a journey through the past to understand how to improve outcomes today and into the future. To bring the experience alive, please bring a tangible item or picture of a personal artifact from your childhood- maybe your favorite toy, ad/jingle or technology device- and a written paragraph of why it’s special to you. We will share these items in our session and have fun taking a collective walk down memory lane!


    About Our Speaker


    Jessica Stollings-Holder is a national speaker, author, trainer and coach on a mission to help leaders see differences differently, turning conflict into opportunity.

    Jessica’s work been featured in publications across the country- like SHRM, Ragan/PR Daily, and the Chronicle of Higher Education- and her experiential training using an escape game in a box was voted one of the top 120 trainings in the world by Training Magazine.

    Jessica’s passion for intergenerational collaboration sparked through her personal life journey and through her leadership roles in talent development and corporate communications for Alpha Natural Resources. 

    Jessica also served as a nationally -syndicated news reporter and producer for a Focus on the Family radio show, which was heard by more than 2-million listeners each week.

    Jessica graduated from King University with degrees in English and Communication. She captained the volleyball team as an academic all-American, and was honored among professional and Olympic athletes.

    Jessica holds a certificate in Conflict Management from The University of California, Irvine and is a graduate of Leadership Tennessee Class V.

    Most importantly, though, Jessica is a wife, bonus mom, and dog mom with a passion to help all people feel understood, included, and valued. To learn more, visit