About Tim Moore - Member of Generational Insight and Marketing, Sales and Training Speaker:
Timothy Moore is an accomplished author and speaker with over three decades of experience in marketing, sales, and training. He is Editor of the magazine Carolina Business Connection and Director of Workforce Learning and Sales Development at the information technology consultancy WingSwept in North Carolina's Research Triangle region. He is also owner and principal of the sales consultancy Dancing Elephants.
Moore's experience in sales and training spans over thirty years and numerous Fortune 500 companies, including PepsiCo, Gillette, Dow Chemical, and L'Oreal USA. At L'Oreal, he was a divisional Director of Business Development. At Dow Chemical, he was National Sales Director for DowBrands and received Diamond Club honors as the top salesperson in the company. At Gillette, he received the Gillette VIP award as one of the company's top sales professionals.
Moore has written articles on sales and training and teaches classes and seminars in sales at universities and community colleges. He is coauthor of Six Secrets of Sales Magnets. He has prepared reports and presentations for companies and organizations across the country. His presentations benefit from his years of hands-on know-how as well as his great sense of humor.
At Generational Insight, Moore is part of a team that has become the leading voice on the impact of generational differences on sales, marketing, and management. He combines the research of Generational Insights with his own professional experience, in addition to observations of client practices, to provide generational strategies and solutions for sales-based business relationships. Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Elon University, where he was student body president. He grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia and lives with his wife of 33 years, Linda, and their two adult children in Cary, North Carolina.
Tim is one of about 75 million Baby Boomers who are still busy changing the world.
Four Generations in the Workplace: Searching for the common ground
For the first time in history, four distinct generations - Matures, Boomers, Xers and Millennials - are employed side by side in the workplace. With differing values and seemingly incompatible views on leadership, these generations have stirred up unprecedented conflict in the business world. Effective management of this generational divide is vital to longevity and success. In fact, it is the most important demand your company can make of its leaders.
Eliminating generational discord is grounded in understanding what makes each tick.
In this engaging presentation, Tim Moore answers these questions and more. Learn how each generation developed its core values, how that manifests in the workplace today, and why they can all not only operate alongside each other, but do so with extraordinary success. This program provides the generational insight, concrete examples and specific approaches to help frustrated managers build the individual connections needed to boost employee performance and retention.
Walk away from this experience knowing:
As you will learn, the only common ground is the intensity with which each generation holds fast to its value systems. Understanding and respecting those generational biases are critical to bringing out the best in every employee.
Selling Across the Generations: Caveat Venditor (Seller Beware)
The first rule of selling is steadfast: Know your customer. With four distinct generations playing active roles in the buying decisions of companies worldwide, that tenet is increasingly difficult to fulfill. It is no longer enough to be personable and knowledgeable about your product. To succeed in today's business climate, you need to approach each buyer with an informed generational perspective - recognizing the underlying biases, values and expectations that pave the way to yes.
In this presentation, Tim Moore looks inside each generation's core values to identify what forms their buying decisions and gives you the understanding required to develop a solid sales process based on known generational biases and business preferences.
You will learn how to:
Throughout the presentation you will see how companies today are effectively engaging generational marketing techniques to appeal to the unique decision making traits of each generation: Matures, Boomers, Xers and Millennials.
Changing dynamics require changing strategies. What you did yesterday may not work with today's decision maker. Prepare your sales team with the information they need to be successful in today's marketplace.
Tim did a terrific job and the audience very much enjoyed the subject matter and his delivery. I hope we can utilize Timâ€™s knowledge and skill sets on Generational Insights again in the future.
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