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Be Brave at Work

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On Be Brave at Work, leadership coach, author and speaker Ed Evarts shares stories about people saying what needs to be said and doing what needs to be done in their workplace. Talking to people just like you who have shown bravery in creative and innovative ways.The Be Brave at Work Podcast is spon… read more


Episode 198: Phyllis Weiss Haserot

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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