Manufacturing engagement

What you need to know to increase productivity and reduce downtime
Tuesday, Oct. 10 Location Code
6:00pm-9:00pm Sheraton, 2nd floor, Back Bay Ballroom A TW/01

Why do some employees go the extra mile because they want to and others because they have to? What is the spark that makes the difference? Learn how to ignite your culture and create an emotionally connected workforce, maintain consistency with customers, achieve the necessary “buy-in” from management and improve profits and productivity.


With four generations working side-by-side, it’s not only learning to communicate with each other, but also across generational lines that don’t often intersect. With 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day, is your organization doing everything possible to capture the knowledge, expertise and wisdom that you may lose shortly? Learning how to connect your boomers and your millennials to create a sharing of ideas is the key to developing a sustainable workforce and effective organization. In this high-content, interactive and engaging session, discover powerful strategies that will help you keep your best employees and clients from becoming someone else’s top talent and most profitable customers tomorrow.


Grategy is a provider of professional training and development programs. Focusing on the manufacturing arena, it helps organizations keep their top talent and best clients from becoming someone else's. With the war for talent waging - and talent winning - it is more important than ever that companies retain their brightest and best employees. Grategy gives its clients the tools to do so.

Presenter: Lisa Ryan

Lisa Ryan is an award-winning speaker and best-selling author who brings real world insight, a high content message, and immediately actionable ideas to her interactive and engaging programs. Focusing on workplace culture, employee engagement and customer retention, Ryan’s business experience has proven to be a winning formula. She co-stars in two films, including the award-winning “The Keeper of the Keys” with Jack Canfield of “Chicken Soup for the Soul.” Ryan has an MBA and currently serves as president of the Ohio Chapter of the National Speakers Association.