Episode 198

Phyllis Weiss Haserot

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March 21st, 2022

28 mins 1 sec

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About this Episode

Join us on Be Brave at Work as we speak with Phyllis Weiss Haserot. Phyllis, “the cross-generational voice,” is a facilitator, marketing/business development strategist, speaker, podcaster, and best-selling author focused on the business of uniting People, Purpose, Potential and Profits across the generations at work. Phyllis brings multi-generational perspective, curiosity, extensive marketing and conflict resolution experience to help organizations solve intergenerational challenges with clients, external stakeholders and for internal teams, including attraction/retention, knowledge transfer and succession planning. The desired outcomes are greater GENgagementtm harmony, productivity and profit.

Clients often say she has an unusual ability to relate to all the different generations - and, in turn, to help them to better understand each other and work harmoniously.

Fostering inclusion and belonging has always been a part of her work since an early career as an urban planner. Over three decades as President of Practice Development Counsel, Phyllis has been a trailblazer as both business development consultant to professional service firms and in delivering multigenerational workplace solutions to a variety of industries.

Phyllis is co-host of the Legacy-Makers@Work podcast and author of You Can’t Google It!: The Compelling Case for Cross-Generational Conversation at Work, Embrace GENgagement: How to Transform Generational Challenges to Opportunities for You and Your Firm, and The Rainmaking Machine, and frequent speaker, blogger, podcast guest and Thomson Reuters Institute columnist.

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