Speaking Programs to Help Individuals and Organizations Thrive in the Constantly Changing World of Work

Lindsey Pollak is a New York Times bestselling author and in-demand speaker who has been hired for nearly two decades by the top corporations, law firms, universities, associations and conferences. She was named by Thinkers50 as one of the top 30 global management thinkers whose work is shaping the future of how organizations are managed and led.



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"Lindsey's insights into the multigenerational workforce drove us to fundamentally reshape the way we are mentoring and educating our people." —James Covello, Head of Technology, Media, Telecommunications Equity Research, Global Investment Research, Goldman Sachs
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"Lindsey shines just as bright virtually as she does in person. Her dynamic presence coupled with her technical savvy allow her to authentically connect to her audience, encourage participation and inspire action in a virtual world.” —Johanna (Joby) Gendron, Group School Sales Development Program Director, Aetna
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"In an ever-complex multigenerational work environment, Lindsey’s insights and advice resonated with employees at all stages in their careers. Our employees are still buzzing about her presentation!" —Andy Yost, Chief Marketing Officer, Gannett | USA TODAY Network


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Why Choose Lindsey?

There are many wonderful speakers on the important topic of generational differences in the workplace. Lindsey is unique in three key ways:

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Deeply Knowledgeable

Lindsey has been researching, writing and speaking about generational change in the workplace for more than 15 years.


Unlike some speakers who focus on negative stereotypes, Lindsey takes a positive and constructive approach to helping people navigate the present and future of work.


Participants often say that Lindsey’s presentations have not only widened their knowledge about the opportunities of generational change, but also provide a clear list of actions to take in their organizations to optimize their multigenerational workforces.