Let’s talk about the myths of leading generations

And what it could be costing you!

Did you know these are the bottom-line costs of workplace tensions between generations?





Our modern workplaces are filled with stereotypes about age and our five adult generations. But do these stereotypes really cause problems in our organizations? The truth is the stakes couldn’t be higher: we lose money when we fall for the myths about people of different ages. So what do behaviors related to age stereotypes – bias, resentment, and animosity – actually cost you? Kay Coughlin’s keynote address is for you if you if want to stop wasting resources and ensure future success by attracting and retaining talent, boosting sales and developing a robust pipeline.

Email Kay@FacilitatorOnFire.net for booking information. 

Your keynote speech inspired me to want to show that our generation can be more than a stereotype.

Sydney Braverman

Law Student, Columbus, OH

My sister has been living with me for a month, and now I understand where the tension is coming from. She’s a Boomer and I’m a Traditional, and I just never realized the mindset differences.


Member of the Traditional Generation, Dublin, OH

Thoroughly enjoyed your multi-generational discussion – I have already put it to good use in my organization!

Sabrina Kelley

Committee Member, HRACO 2020 Diversity & Inclusion Conference

Kay Coughlin, CEO and Chief Facilitator of Facilitator On Fire, has a dream to create a world that is generously inclusive of ALL adult generations! Kay is the host of the weekly "From One Caregiver to Another" podcast.

Facilitator on Fire's  "Connecting Across Generations" seminar helps leaders and managers build amazing multi-generational teams. "Caregiver Coaching" is for caregivers who are ready to re-ignite their own lives.

Facilitator on Fire is a subsidiary of Donor Relations Mindset LLC, which Kay founded in 2015. Kay lives with her husband and children in central Ohio. Kay can be found on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.

Galena, OH 43021