Amy is an entrepreneur.
Amy speaks from experience. She has negotiated with, worked with, managed and been managed by four distinct generations. Her clients apply her techniques and strategies in their businesses every day. She is a frequent contributor to Entrepreneur Magazine.
She has done stand-up, and it shows.
Amy segues between flashes of "Oh, that's me" insight and laugh-out-loud observations about every generation. The result is rapid-fire ah-ha moments that change audience behaviors.
Amy pioneered Gen IQ.
Amy poineered Gen IQ, the practical application of generational studies to leadership, marketing and innovation. She guides audiences through the Gen IQ steps of Awareness, Curiosity and Flip Moments that reveal next steps to breakthrough results.
She motivates audiences by making them smart.
She translates complex demographics into everyday examples audiences recognize immediately. She helps your team understand why it's essential to leverage strategic diversity and change behaviors so you can get results.
She is a former triathlete.
Amy brings race-day insights to the stage and applies lessons learned on her bike and in the water to the workplace.
Interaction is part of the package.
Amy's spontaneous, big-hearted give and take with audiences shows people she is focused on their success, and on the success of every generation.
Amy is an advocate for every generation.
While other speakers focus on a single generation, Amy addresses the strengths and weaknesses of all. She helps multi-generational teams work together as colleagues, rather than coddling one generation or valuing one generation over another.