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Keynote Presentations

genwhy keynotes

Step into a world where events transcend the ordinary – welcome to the genWHY experience!

With a repertoire of 12 game-changing presentations, we've left our mark at 160 conferences and trained over 350 organizations in 42 states and 3 countries. From Fortune 500 companies to the tiniest startups, every industry and every employee level can bask in the enlightening aura of generational diversity and communication-skill mastery.

But here's the kicker – you can be the undisputed hero of your event by summoning Kristin Scroggin to the stage. Brace yourselves for a roller-coaster of laughter, profound insights, and game-changing revelations that will echo long after the event lights dim. It's not just a speech; it's a journey that transforms your audience into a buzzing hive of inspiration. Ready to elevate your event to legendary status?

Let's make it happen with genWHY Communications!

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You'll be in good company

Kristin presented at the OneUT Cabinet Retreat, which is the leadership group of all the University of Tennessee System campuses and institutes (UT Knoxville, UT Chattanooga, UT Health Science Center, UT Southern, UT Martin, UT Institute of Agriculture, and the UT Institute for Public Service) and we were BLOWN AWAY!
First, she was absolutely hilarious (literal LOLing) and kept our attention the entire time. But secondly, she provided us with excellent analysis of the various generations and how that plays in to our interactions in the work place. You walk away with a great understanding why your supervisor/colleague/spouse/kid – and yourself! – behaves a certain way and how to better approach and interact with them!
12/10 would totally recommend for any workplace or professional teams, especially if they are struggling to get on the same wave length with their communications to each other!

Sally Badoud,

Vice Chancellor for Communications and Marketing at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center

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