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Robert Wendover

Managing Director, Center for Generational Studies

Speaker's Fee Range : $10,000
Travels From :   CO

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  Robert Wendover Profile

Robert W. Wendover is an award-winning author who has been researching and writing about workforce trends for more than 30 years. His ten books include Figure It Out! Making Smart Decisions in a Dumbed-Down World, Crossing the Generational Divide: Essential Skills for Managing the Modern Workforce, On Cloud Nine: Weathering the Challenge of Many Generations in the Workplace, High Performance Hiring, High Performance Recruiting, Two Minute Motivation: How to Inspire Superior Performance and Handpicked: Finding and Hiring the Best Employees.

Mr. Wendover has authored the turn-key training curriculum, Generations: Understanding Age Diversity in Today's Workplace and has written or contributed to more than 200 articles for a wide variety of national publications. Mr. Wendover is a regular guest on radio & TV across the U.S. His credits include CNN, CNBC, The Huffington Post, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Detroit Free Press, The Florida Sentinel, The Denver Post, The Providence Journal, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Entrepreneur, Money and even Women's Wear Daily. He has written monthly columns for, retailers, Realtors and human resources professionals. In addition, he has served as a special advisor to the American Productivity and Quality Center along with a number of corporate and academic studies on workforce trends.

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Decision Making Generations Human Resources Leadership Management Motivation Succession Planning Best-Selling Author Workforce Future Trends Employee Engageme...

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