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Successfully Lead Multigenerational Teams & Advance Racial Equity

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As a Fortune 50 Sales Executive, Raven has thrived leading diverse teams. Today, she helps leaders and their teams effectively lead and work across generational, cultural, and racial differences.

Work with Raven to gain key insights and proven strategies for leading multigenerational teams and embracing racial equity.

All of Raven's Workshops can be presented in either an in-person or virtual format.

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Closing the Generational Gap

Empathize, Communicate, and Collaborate Across Generational Differences

Best For: ALL - employees and/or leaders of all generations


This unique and highly engaging workshop will engage every attendee, no matter the age, as they learn about the differences and similarities across the five generations in the workforce, and how each can be leveraged to create cross-generational synergy that drives results. Attendees will walk away understanding general characteristics of each generation, why these characteristics are as they are, and how they tend to show up at work.

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate a deeper understanding of generational characteristics and why each are the way they are
  • Learn techniques for communicating more effectively with members of different generations
  • Appreciate generational diversity as an organizational strength rather than a barrier to progress

The Generations

The Generations

Closing the Generational Gap

Empathize, Communicate, and Collaborate Across Generational Differences

Best For: ALL - employees and/or leaders of all generations


This unique and highly engaging workshop will engage every attendee, no matter the age, as they learn about the differences and similarities across the five generations in the workforce, and how each can be leveraged to create cross-generational synergy that drives results. Attendees will walk away understanding general characteristics of each generation, why these characteristics are as they are, and how they tend to show up at work.

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate a deeper understanding of generational characteristics and why each are the way they are
  • Learn techniques for communicating more effectively with members of different generations
  • Appreciate generational diversity as an organizational strength rather than a barrier to progress

The Generations

Leading Your Parents

Manage, Lead and Influence Those Older Than You

Best For: Emerging Leaders and Young professionals


In this program, Raven will help prepare young leaders for the realities of the multigenerational workplace and the challenges of leading, directly or indirectly, within it as a young professional. She provides insights and proven strategies of multigenerational leadership, as covered in her book Leading Your Parents: 25 Rules of Effective Multigenerational Leadership for Millennials & Gen Z, as well as amusing stories and compelling research. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the 3 keys to multigenerational leadership
  • Gain insight into other generations to increase empathy and cross-generational effectiveness
  • Understand the Led Language™ of each generation and why
  • Learn how to overcome the negative stereotypes of Millennials & Gen Z and leverage them to their advantage

The Generations

Leading Your Parents

Manage, Lead and Influence Those Older Than You

Best For: Emerging Leaders and Young professionals


In this program, Raven will help prepare young leaders for the realities of the multigenerational workplace and the challenges of leading, directly or indirectly, within it as a young professional. She provides insights and proven strategies of multigenerational leadership, as covered in her book Leading Your Parents: 25 Rules of Effective Multigenerational Leadership for Millennials & Gen Z, as well as amusing stories and compelling research. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the 3 keys to multigenerational leadership
  • Gain insight into other generations to increase empathy and cross-generational effectiveness
  • Understand the Led Language™ of each generation and why
  • Learn how to overcome the negative stereotypes of Millennials & Gen Z and leverage them to their advantage

Leading Across Generations

Lead Across & Leverage Generational Difference to Optimize Team Performance

Best For: Emerging Leaders and Young professionals


In this unique and highly engaging workshop, Raven takes your leaders on an in-depth journey to fully understanding not just the generational differences that exist amidst their team, but why these differences exist and how they can be leveraged to create cross-generational synergy that drives results.

Leaders will leave with a clear understanding of how generations form and why they have such an impact on the way people perform and how they are best led (and motivated) at work. Raven will share her trademarked framework, Led Languages™, to help attendees develop strategies for effectively leading across the various generations within their team. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the 3 keys to multigenerational leadership
  • Gain insight into other generations to increase empathy and cross-generational effectiveness
  • Understand the Led Language™ of each generation and why
  • Learn how to overcome the negative stereotypes of Millennials & Gen Z and leverage them to their advantage

The Generations

The Generations

Leading Across Generations

Lead Across & Leverage Generational Difference to Optimize Team Performance

Best For: Emerging Leaders and Young professionals


In this unique and highly engaging workshop, Raven takes your leaders on an in-depth journey to fully understanding not just the generational differences that exist amidst their team, but why these differences exist and how they can be leveraged to create cross-generational synergy that drives results.

Leaders will leave with a clear understanding of how generations form and why they have such an impact on the way people perform and how they are best led (and motivated) at work. Raven will share her trademarked framework, Led Languages™, to help attendees develop strategies for effectively leading across the various generations within their team.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the 3 keys to multigenerational leadership
  • Gain insight into other generations to increase empathy and cross-generational effectiveness
  • Understand the Led Language™ of each generation and why
  • Learn how to overcome the negative stereotypes of Millennials & Gen Z and leverage them to their advantage

“Wow! I love working with Raven. Her excitement for the work she does shines through everything she touches. She recently facilitated a training session for People Ops leaders in the Durham startup community. We were all inspired by her style, her passion for diversity and inclusion, and her data-based focused approach. She left us with 6 characteristics of an inclusive leader and practical ways to source and train for these characteristics. It was empowering! We can wait to have her back to train more people in our community.”

Jessica Russell

DIRECTOR OF People Ops | First.

The Intersection

The [Generational] Business Case for DEIB

Get Clear on Why DEIB is a MUST at Every Level of the Organization

Best For: Business & People Leaders - Executive Leaders, Mid-Level Managers, Frontline Leaders or ALL


Every CEO wants their organization to be inclusive. In order for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging to be truly embedded throughout your organization, every employee—from the c-suite to the frontline—must be committed to inclusion and rooted in a clear business case.

In this engaging and insightful workshop, Raven takes those skeptical of the value of DEIB in their workforce and makes them believers, by clearly articulating the risk to their business without it. Those who are already believers, she equips with additional tools and awareness to further understand and articulate the value of DEIB. She does all of this uniquely using generations to frame the value proposition. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identity the risks associated with not making DEIB a serious business imperative
  • Provide a common language and working knowledge of key DEIB terms such as diversity, inclusion, equity, belonging, identity, and intersectionality
  • Explain the generational evolution of diversity work in the workplace
  • Understand the organizational and individual value of DEIB

The Intersection

The [Generational] Business Case for DEIB

Get Clear on Why DEIB is a MUST at Every Level of the Organization

Best For: Business & People Leaders - Executive Leaders, Mid-Level Managers, Frontline Leaders or ALL


Every CEO wants their organization to be inclusive. In order for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging to be truly embedded throughout your organization, every employee—from the c-suite to the frontline—must be committed to inclusion and rooted in a clear business case.

In this engaging and insightful workshop, Raven takes those skeptical of the value of DEIB in their workforce and makes them believers, by clearly articulating the risk to their business without it. Those who are already believers, she equips with additional tools and awareness to further understand and articulate the value of DEIB. She does all of this uniquely using generations to frame the value proposition.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identity the risks associated with not making DEIB a serious business imperative
  • Provide a common language and working knowledge of key DEIB terms such as diversity, inclusion, equity, belonging, identity, and intersectionality
  • Explain the generational evolution of diversity work in the workplace
  • Understand the organizational and individual value of DEIB

“She is substantiative with relevant examples and specifics on how to implement her insights in generations and racial equity, helping us operationalize them in our business.”

Simon T. Bailey

International Speaker, Author & Coach


How to Be an Antiracist Ally

Activate Your Allyship for Racial Equity

Best For: Current & Aspiring White Allies


Many have recently experienced an awakening of sorts, concerning the reality of racial inequality and inequity in America, and have a deep desire to change. Others, on the other hand, have been aware of the problem, but unaware of how to be a part of the solution.

In this workshop, Raven creates a welcoming safe space for aspiring allies to learn about the depths and severity of systemic racism in the U.S. and how to activate their antiracist allyship in their everyday professional and personal lives to close the gaps in inequity. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Define and explain the depths of systemic racism in the U.S.
  • Identify performative vs. effective allyship using the Allyship Assessment Model
  • Apply the 4-step process to beginner allyship using the ACES model
  • Describe what it means to be an antiracist

Racial

Equity

Racial

Equity

How to Be an Antiracist Ally

Activate Your Allyship for Racial Equity

Best For: Current & Aspiring White Allies


Many have recently experienced an awakening of sorts, concerning the reality of racial inequality and inequity in America, and have a deep desire to change. Others, on the other hand, have been aware of the problem, but unaware of how to be a part of the solution.

In this workshop, Raven creates a welcoming safe space for aspiring allies to learn about the depths and severity of systemic racism in the U.S. and how to activate their antiracist allyship in their everyday professional and personal lives to close the gaps in inequity.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define and explain the depths of systemic racism in the U.S.
  • Identify performative vs. effective allyship using the Allyship Assessment Model
  • Apply the 4-step process to beginner allyship using the ACES model
  • Describe what it means to be an antiracist

Racial

Equity

How to Be an Inclusive Leader

Foster a Culture of Inclusion in Your Team or Business

Best For: Business & People Leaders


In this training workshop, Raven breaks inclusive leadership down into 6 straight-forward characteristics, demonstrating what each looks like in everyday leadership. She covers the inner drivers necessary to actualize these characteristics in a way that is seen and felt by team members.

Your leaders will leave with a clear understanding of the importance of their inclusive leadership, newfound courage to lean into discomfort, and an awakened curiosity to learn more about themselves and their bias, as well as the lived experiences of others.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the 6 characteristics of highly inclusive leaders as well as their drivers
  • Explain the quantitative and qualitative value of inclusive leadership
  • Identify personal areas of opportunity to be a more inclusive leader
  • Develop an action-oriented plan for personal growth

Racial

Equity

How to Be an Inclusive Leader

Foster a Culture of Inclusion in Your Team or Business

Best For: Business & People Leaders


In this training workshop, Raven breaks inclusive leadership down into 6 straight-forward characteristics, demonstrating what each looks like in everyday leadership. She covers the inner drivers necessary to actualize these characteristics in a way that is seen and felt by team members.

Your leaders will leave with a clear understanding of the importance of their inclusive leadership, newfound courage to lean into discomfort, and an awakened curiosity to learn more about themselves and their bias, as well as the lived experiences of others.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the 6 characteristics of highly inclusive leaders as well as their drivers
  • Explain the quantitative and qualitative value of inclusive leadership
  • Identify personal areas of opportunity to be a more inclusive leader
  • Develop an action-oriented plan for personal growth

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