What if the biggest factor shaping the future success of your team and organization is whether we can engage one person at a time? What if unlocking an individual’s discretionary effort is the key?
Given the characteristics of our emerging workforce, numerous studies point to findings just like that. So the question is: how do we lead team performance, knowing we need to individually engage as well?
More about the workshop
This workshop offers a highly applicable, action-oriented approach to leading next-gen teams, engaging for performance, and managing a younger workforce. As a participant of the workshop, you can expect to grow as a leader, leaving with the tools and confidence to lead
higher levels of performance and engagement.
A series of exercises, lessons, and practice sessions will provide you real-world insights and approaches that are immediately applicable. Facilitated by renowned experts in engagement and leadership – Carla Cuglietta & Tyler Waye – you can expect to be in great hands.
Who does this fit for?
The Leading Next-Gen Teams workshop is specifically tailored to those who manage, supervise, lead projects, and engage young or multi-generational teams.
What will I learn?
- Discover what is required of leaders in today’s workplace
- Explore the dynamics of multi-generational leadership
- Learn how to inspire and engage teams towards successful outcomes
- Leave with a coordinated plan for heightened performance
- Practice a leadership skill-set that directly aligns with individual and organizational goals
- Develop deeper recognition for why and how to lead in today’s world of work
The 2-day full workshop fee is $1000+GST.
Fee includes registration, materials, meals, and resources.
Carla Cuglietta is an educational consultant, keynote speaker, and humanitarian. She has been involved in global projects in Mexico, El Salvador, Costa Rica, China, Laos, India, Sierra Leone, and Uganda.
Carla is the Executive Director and Co-founder of YoungLeaders.World, an international non-profit organization whose aim is to engage young people for personal growth and collective good. To date, YL.W has trained over 11,000 youth worldwide in the area of leadership and engagement.Carla has been an educator for fifteen years and has most recently been involved in curriculum redesigns related to 21st-century learning, as well as projects aimed at educational transformation. From working to secure clean drinking water and micro-finance loans for women in Indian villages, to working on teacher training in Sierra Leone that promotes peaceful and equitable practices, Carla’s wide-ranging experiences continue to push her to apply global learning in local contexts.Carla has worked as a consultant in Sierra Leone, Uganda, China, and Canada. She has received the University of Alberta Alumni Honour Award, the Prime Minister’s Teaching Achievement Award, and the Me to We Educators Award for her work in engaging Canadian youth, as well as the YWCA Women of Vision Award, the Lions Club Melvin Jones Award, for her international humanitarian work.
Tyler Waye is a leadership strategist who has spent the last decade investigating the emerging patterns of work that shape our careers and organizations. Tyler Waye is President of IN.FORM, where he works to drive leadership inspired change across numerous platforms, and is co-founder of YoungLeaders.World, a multi-national youth leadership organization that works directly with thousands across the globe.
As author of the book “I Went to School That Long for This?!” Tyler’s work is increasingly focused on helping organizations develop the next generation of leaders and employees. His bold and progressive thought leadership has made him a beacon for the emerging workforce and forward-thinking organizations.
Tyler is a regular contributor in media, continually featured on TV, radio and in leading publications. Tyler has done speaking engagements around the world, ranging from stadium keynotes, to lectures at world-leading universities, to closed-door strategy sessions with high powered boards. He has held management positions with several leading organizations and is internationally published on topics related to emerging leadership, workforce activation, career design, and employee engagement.
Tyler also has a Master of Arts degree in Leadership, was recently named Top 40 Under 40 by Avenue magazine, and is an instructor with Executive Education at the University of Alberta.Connect with Us