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“Katherine is a must-have content expert in your training portfolio to address the emerging required competency of all healthcare leaders leading multigenerational teams!”
-Shanel Martens, RN
Program Manager of Exceptional Practice,
Northwestern Medicine


"The content was engaging, interesting and most importantly, practical.  Our team walked away with practical skills they could use immediately which is so important in our context." 
-Noah Adair   
Manager, Center of Excellence, Dover Corporation

"Katherine did a terrific job moderating the Multi-generations in the Workforce Panel. She had just the right touch. Its more than clear that she knows this space and put a lot of time and thought into the session and it showed."
-Harry Haney   
Associate Director, Supply and Value Chain Center, Loyola University

"Katherine Jeffery has a unique spin on the world. She has an unusual ability to connect social research data points, uncovering 'the why' people make the decisions they make. Her researcher’s mind, first hand observations and anecdotal stories bring generational and behavioral science to life. I’ve found her insight stimulating and her presentations interactive, humorous, and provocative. As a leader of teams and strategic planning, I rely on her to bring solid insight and understanding to the table that can foster long term, strategic success. If you're responsible for strategic planning or just wanting to peer into the future, Katherine can open a window and give you a glimpse."

-Chuck Thomas
President/Managing Director, The Valcort Group/Outside7

"No matter your level in an organization, the topic of generational leadership is relevant for everyone. Katherine brings a unique perspective to the research she conducted on generational leadership and provided our teams with the skill sets needed to better communicate and build stronger teams. I've referred Katherine to many of my colleagues and would highly recommend bringing her into any organization."

-Marissa Jennings
VP of Business Development, Fortune 500 Company

"I met Katherine in the prime of my millennial years. She was the first person who saw my potential even before I understood it. She patiently mentored me and has a way of understanding what we needed to hear and put the time into helping us see what we could accomplish . I am forever grateful for her positivity, patience, and genuine outlook on how our generation could change the world."
-Lindsey Dovichi   
Director of Social Media, MADE BY FREE WOMEN

“I think I just had therapy!”
-an enlightened Gen Xer

“Katherine Jeffery is an incredible advocate, teacher, and leader. When she meets people she doesn't just "see" them. She sees you, where you are at, in all that you are experiencing and then walks alongside you. She helps people grow and develop into all that they were made for, in a practical way. I am a millennial and Katherine has connected with me on a level that has had a profound impact on my life. I've been able to more clearly see my strengths, how to persevere when conflict and obstacles come my way, and areas I can grow in. Something unique about Katherine is that, believe it or not, she is not a millennial.  Yet still she can connect with the generation on a level that helps others understand where they are coming from, what they have to offer and why it is essential to bridge the generational gap. My experience working with Katherine, quite frankly, has changed my life.”
-Destiny Bowman
Freelance Photographer and Motivational Speaker


“More than just a program, Katherine offers an experience that will engage your team around the Generational Shift in the workplace.  She is knowledgeable as evidenced by her studies in the area of generational impact in business and her strong facilitation of the materials.  Her style is engaging, interactive, and informative.  Truly an impactful session which offered great discussion and overall education.”  
-Kathy Ollearis
Co-Founder & Principal Consultant, Jupiter Consulting Group

"We have done our Millennials a serious disservice." 
a humble Baby Boomer