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Booking Bruce Tulgan


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Fee Range: Call for pricing  Top Hits  Managing Generation X & Generation Y  It’s Okay to Be the Boss  Winning the Talent Wars


Bruce Tulgan Agency Booking Profile

Bruce Tulgan is internationally recognized as the leading expert on young people in the workplace. He is an advisor to business leaders all over the world, the author or coauthor of sixteen different books and numerous management training programs, and a sought-after keynote speaker and seminar leader. Since 1995, Bruce has addressed tens of thousands of leaders and managers in hundreds of organizations ranging from JP Morgan to JC Penney. He has been called “the new Tom Peters” by many who have seen him speak, and was named by Management Today as one of the few contemporary figures to stand out as a “management guru.” Bruce’s newest book is Not Everyone Gets A Trophy: How to Manage Generation Y. He is also the author of It’s Okay to be the Boss and Winning the Talent Wars, which has received acclaim from Fortune 500 CEOs and business journalists. Managing Generation X is the classic study of Generation X in the workplace. Many of Bruce’s works have been published around the world in foreign editions. Please Contact SME Today to Book Keynote Speaker Bruce Tulgan


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