Generational Expert, Speaker and Author, Meagan Johnson was born 1970. She’s a bright, funny delightfully obnoxious Generational Humorist!
What exactly is a Generational Expert?
It’s somebody who understands the differences between Baby Boomers (born 1945-1964), Generation Xers (born 1965-1980) and Gen Yers also called Millennials (born 1981-2000) and how they can live, and most importantly, work together successfully without name-calling or bloodshed.
Think you’ve already heard everything about the multiple generations? Think again!
Our generations and the gaps that separate them are in constant flux, what worked last year probably won’t work today. Anybody still using their VCR? What seemed like a perfect solution yesterday is the source of tomorrow’s problem. You really need to get all those home movies put on disc! … Wait! I mean Digital Storage. Oh No! I mean The Cloud!
The potential for collision, conflict and confusion between the generations has never been greater and the chasm is growing wider every day we ignore the problem.
Unwilling to accept standard, by-the-book generalizations, Meagan tackles the generational challenges, myths and misunderstandings head on. Meagan demonstrates to audiences, through her own experience, in depth research and program customization, that all generations have differences and strengths that go beyond mere age and appearance.
Stop complaining about the generational differences and learn from Meagan Johnson what you can do right now to make the most of all the generations.
"Masterful. Perfect. The Best in 20 Years. Fun. When you said ‘never before’ you meant it and delivered. Unbelievably Good. You made me money. I anticipated something really good, but nothing this incredible." -- Ben Jones, RECreation, Inc.
"Meagan was an awesome speaker and her knowledge of meshing the diverse generations was a great tool to be implemented into any organization." -- Deidre Gooden, Eau Clair Coop.
"Meagan was universally loved! Several Board members thought she was our finest speaker ever. Just before I introduced Meagan, a person I was having breakfast with asked me to describe Meagan’s presentation after seeing it a few times. I replied that every time I see her, my relationship with my children gets a little better." -- Scott Brown, Virginia Automotive Association