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Amy Lynch is an expert on what it takes to motivate multi-generational teams. Her presentations help managers and leaders find out how to attract and engage the best and brightest talent of every age. She draws from her own experience as an entrepreneur, author and speaker as she provides humorous and insightful anecdotes.
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Amy Lynch is a renowned speaker and respected authority on aligning multi-generational teams in the workplace. Her presentations are both interactive and full of energy, helping managers and leaders completely engage the talents of each generation for better bottom line results.
Amy holds an M.A. in literature, with an emphasis on cognitive theory and composition. Starting her career as a curriculum designer she moved on to magazine editor, a position that required managing tall four generations. She has launched and sold publications, and is the recipient of Parents Media Awards and an Utne Alternative Media Award. She has also received the writer-in-residence grants from Ragdale Foundation, Hambidge Center and the HedgeBrook Foundation.
Audiences describe Amy as a masterful storyteller. Using her own experience as an entrepreneur, speaker and author she is able to tell humorous anecdotes and stories that help each generation recognize its own behaviors.
As the President of Generational Edge, Amy Lynch has also written and spoken about the generations for 15 years. She has spoken to 100s of groups from MTV and Comcast to Boeing, J&J and the staff of the U.S. Senate. Amy has been quoted in national publications, including The Washington Post, USA Today, Boston Globe, Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune and NBC Evening News, among others.
Amy has launched and published newsletters and sold them to Fortune 500 companies. In the process, she has managed four generations of employees. She is the author of books, including How Can You Say That? about parent-teen communication in the digital age. Her forthcoming title for Boomers is Can’t Retire? Aspire!
Amy loves bicycles, her Millennial children (not in that order) and bingeing on Breaking Bad (a Baby Boomer gone SO wrong). She competes in triathlons and Nashville is home.
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