Meagan is known as a “Generational Humorist” and challenges her audiences to think differently and act decisively when dealing with multiple generations. Educating through entertainment, Meagan has worked with a variety of organizations and associations to build multi-generational effective relationships, influence company loyalty, standards of quality, and attitudes toward customers and coworkers.
Meagan challenges her audiences to think differently when dealing with multiple generations. Experience can be both a blessing and a curse. The solution that worked in the past may not necessarily work in the future. Meagan understands each generation actually has more in common than many people think. Most workers appreciate flexibility, opportunity for growth, and a workplace culture built on respect.
Meagan helps her audiences find common ground and build on generational strengths. She believes the best strategy for success is not thinking about how people are different but thinking about how people are the same.
Meagan and her Baby Boomer father, Larry Johnson are the authors of Generations, Inc – From Boomers to Linksters, Managing the Friction Between Generations at Work.