Bruce Tulgan offers keynote speeches on highly engaged management, generational shift in the workplace, and talent attraction, retention, & development. All of Bruce’s keynote topics are also available as half-day, full-day, or multi-day workshops.
See some examples of Bruce’s current speaking topics below, or contact us to discuss a custom proposal that meets the needs of your audience or event.
When managers practice strong leadership, everyone in the organization benefits. Bruce builds leaders at every level by teaching them the fundamentals of highly engaged management, providing solutions to common management challenges, and challenging the myths that prevent managers from being strong.
Ever since Bruce began his generational research in the mid-90’s studying Generation X, he has remained committed to researching generational shift and difference in the workforce. Providing audiences with fresh perspective, Bruce dispels damaging misconceptions about today’s new young talent and offers actionable advice for leaders managing the whole generational spectrum.
The talent wars are back on and more heated than ever. Bruce gives audiences the tools and knowledge they need to adjust to the new reality of work across the human capital management spectrum, increase retention, reduce turnover, and build a culture that attracts top talent.
Fight the Undermanagement Epidemic: How to Build a Culture of Strong Leadership
It’s Okay to Be the Boss: Learn the Proven Best Practices of Highly-Engaged Leadership
Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Bring Out the Best in Today’s Young Talent
The Great Generational Shift: The Workforce Is Changing – Are You Ready?
It’s Okay to Manage Your Boss: Learn the Proven Best Practices of the Most Successful High Performing Employees
Building New Leaders: Critical Skills for First Time Managers
Winning the Talent Wars: How to Build a Lean, Flexible, High-Performance Organization
The 27 Challenges Managers Face: Step-by-Step Solutions to (Nearly) All of Your Management Problems
Bridging the Soft Skills Gap: How to Teach the Missing Basics to Today’s Young Talent