Anna Liotta is an award-winning speaker, business consultant and author with a deep understanding of how generational demographics and dynamics can affect the landscape of business. Early in her consulting career, Anna noticed a common theme: a fundamental lack of understanding between different generations within an organization that hindered success, trust and alignment. Further, this generational misinterpretation or breakdown, was occurring across many different industries from wealth management, legal, medical, insurance to technology and manufacturing. Anna chose to make alignment and understanding across generations her mission, something she joyfully participates in every day, with every client. She leveraged her business, communications and psychology training to develop the Generationally Savvy Communication Solutions™ program – a methodology that helps clients attract, grow and retain top talent and loyal patrons across the generations.
Generational Speaker Anna Liotta
Anna’s book Unlocking Generational CODES leverages her Generationally Savvy Communication Solutions™ program to help her readers develop strategies for optimal communications across generations. In the last year Anna has shared the stage with luminaries President Bill Clinton, Tom Peters, and Supreme Court Justice Anthony Scalia.
Anna holds a Master’s degree in Interpersonal Communication and has more than fifteen years of experience in the field of intergenerational inclusion, communication and leadership. Anna is an adjunct faculty member in the University of Washington’s Executive MBA program, and she also serves as the chair of the institutional advancement committee on the board of trustees at Antioch University. Perhaps most importantly, Anna grew up in a household of six generations, giving her an insider’s view into generational communication. In addition, she is one of nineteen children, which means that each Thanksgiving, graduation, or wedding gathering is a fascinating case study.
Our Most Popular Programs:
What Makes the Generations Tick and What Ticks Them Off
Selling to the Generations
What Works and What Plays – Work/Life Balance Generationally Speaking
Keeping X-ers from Exiting: Stopping the Talent Revolving Door
Gen Y or Why Not: Managing and Motivating Millennials