With up to 5 generations in the workforce today, teams are losing productivity due to a mutual sense of seething resentment.

Train your employees and bridge the generational gap

Step 1

Do the Scorecard

Step 2

Train your Leaders about the

 multi-generational workforce

Step 3

Watch team productivity skyrocket

What is the generational gap costing your company?

  • Intergenerational Team Conflicts
  • Unhealthy Competition
  • Slow Moving Projects
  • Poor Employer Brand
  • Low Team Morale
  • High Turnover of Younger Employees
  • Disengaged Employees
  • Lack of Tacit Knowledge Transfer

A multi-generational team should be increasing the profitability of the organisation instead of being a huge cost centre

There are 4 ways to learn about bringing generations  together in your organisation


Option 1:

Gift your leaders a copy of my book. Here's what it covers:

  • What caused the generational divide?
  • What are progressive organisations doing differently to engage the younger generations?
  • How can the top management team and middle-management team work together to engage the younger generation
Perfect for : Top Management - Engaging Millennials
Perfect for: Middle Management - The Millennial Leader

Option 2:

Book Vivek to speak at your company-wide event on the topic of generations at work.

Perfect for : HR, L&D or DEI Professionals who are looking for a speaker for their events


Option 3:

Book a private in-depth workshop for your team

Perfect for : HR, L&D or DEI Professionals who are looking for a trainer for their leaders and employees


Option 4:

Run a DEI project to enhance generational diversity within your organisation

Perfect for : Management, HR, L&D or DEI Professionals who are looking for a consultant to address the generational gap in their workplace

Clients I have worked with

You can’t afford to ignore the generational tensions mounting in your workplace

"You know how young people don't stay in companies as long anymore? Baby Boomers and Gen X often disapprove of younger generations’ sense of entitlement and lack of commitment, so they fail to provide the mentorship and guidance they crave. Millennials and Gen Z, as a result, feel unheard and unable to contribute, and blame the top-down management styles and “old-school” mindsets of the older generations. At the same time, Baby Boomers and Gen X who have given the organization years of hard work, are dismayed to find, as digital natives whizz right past them, that their invaluable experience and industry knowledge no longer guarantee advancement. Millennials and Gen Z don’t appreciate the many opportunities and freedoms they have compared to Boomers and Gen X at their age, and to add insult to injury, they don’t seem to value their experience or respect their position.

All this intensifies discord among workers and leads to low employee engagement, stagnated innovation and higher attrition. What it boils down to is a lack of mutual understanding and awareness of the forces that shaped each generation. The generational gap is real and I work with companies to bridge that gap through my training and consulting programs. This results in better team performance, more innovation and a culture where everyone feels valued and respected. Most leaders have no idea how productive & innovative their organisation can become once they understand the Millennial (& Gen Z) mindset and embrace generational diversity."