Transformative Training's Consulting Expert Mark Daly to Speak on Managing Intergenerational Conflict for “Attracting & Retaining Oil & Gas Industry Talent” Event

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While popular stereotypes for Baby Boomers and Millennials increases conflict in the workplace, positive accountability based on personality styles proves to be main factor to improving employee engagement and retention across all 5 generations.

A proven management consulting expert for the past 20 years, Mark Daly, COO – Director of Training at Transformative Training will be speaking at “Attracting & Retaining Oil & Gas Industry Talent” October 1st at 8:30am at EUCI Office Building Conference Center Denver, CO.

Specializing in conflict management, leadership development and team engagement, Mark shares his industry insight on best practices for managing conflict with an intergenerational workforce.

Serving as an attorney since 1999, Mark has successfully helped numerous law firms build cohesive teams and thrive when faced with organizational challenges. Furthermore, he has delivered high impact team building results for many Fortune 500 companies over the past decade.

“Companies know that multigenerational conflicts in the work place negatively impact engagement and retention. The big mystery is how to manage these inevitable conflicts so that engagement and retention are actually improved,” said Mark. “We find extreme diversity in the approach used by successful companies, and one commonality. We call it ‘Inclusive Communication’, or the ability of Managers to give feedback and hold accountability in a personalized way based on the needs of the team member.”

Participants of the session will learn the #1 tool to manage challenges and bridge the intergenerational gap in the workplace. They will learn to use personality style tools to improve communication, feedback and accountability across generations. Moreover, they will understand why developing emotional intelligence in your company’s managers is the key to retaining top talent and ways to quickly improve EQ.

“Whether it is management by walking around, performance reviews, or more formal training and mentoring, successful Managers are strategic communicators who cross generational challenges to motivate and direct their teams,” added Daly. “They consistently use basic communication skills to leverage diversity and improve performance.”

Daly is a professional certified coach and holds a juris doctorate degree from Santa Barbara College of Law and a bachelor of political science degree from University of California San Diego. He is a member of the Association for Talent Development and the Society of Human Resource Managers.

To learn more about Transformative Training’s leadership and team development programs, call (303) 532-4393

About Transformative Training

Transformative Training is a Woman Owned Business and works with a variety of organizations across industries that are seeking to grow their profits along with their people while contributing positively to environmental and social concerns. Transformative Training’s management training programs include DiSC training, conflict management, leadership development, team building, coaching skills for managers, cultural diversity, reflective listening and accountability skills development. These programs consistently deliver improved employee engagement that heighten profits and productivity. Managers and executives use these leadership skills that improve employee retention. Teams align to experience full engagement in the company mission and vision. Companies like Anadarko, Starbucks, Tronix, NASA, Google, Toshiba, US Food and Drug Administration and Colorado Department of Transportation have worked with Transformative Training to build a more dynamic and innovative workplace that attracts top talent. Founded in 2009, Transformative Training is led by a management team with extensive management consulting experience. For more information, visit https://www.transformativetraining.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/markdalyjd/.

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