OCT 22-25, 2016 / Indian Wells, CA


David Berry, Leading Employees of all Generations

Research shows there are characteristics and events in history that helped shape each generation, making each of them unique. From baby-boomers to Millennials and Generation X, every generation is motivated and frustrated by different things. Figuring out how to lead the four distinct generations in today's workforce is extremely challenging and overwhelming, but also doable.

•Understand the unique characteristics and motivators for each generation
•Implement strategies for communicating and effectively leading employees of all generations
•Discover how to retain and lead each generation


David Berry - Consultant

handshakeAs a consultant with FMI, Dave focuses on the areas of business development,finance, engineering and production.

Prior to joining FMI, Dave spent 10 years in the aerospace, defense and water treatment industries in varying business development and management roles. In his most recent roles, Dave has focused on company positioning and marketing strategies, fi nancial targets/goals, and fi nancial statement projections to achieve bank and investor fi nancing through the initial stages of production for a start-up company focused on government business. Dave also has experience of working with customers overseas, in the effort to create and pursue business plans regarding major and strategic opportunities in specifi ed markets in order to exceed, improve, and/or increase relations and future business potential.

Dave holds a master of business administration from the Warrington College Of Business at The University of Florida, and a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering/material science and metallurgy from the University of Connecticut.