Leadership Development Series

Members request c-suite level training opportunities and IACP is here to deliver! The Leadership Development Series is designed to help leaders further their skills in a variety of relevant industry subjects. By delving into additional leadership experience and knowledge, these c-suite level leaders will be able to invest even more into their teams. Join a subject matter expert in a day of executive-level training and stay current with quality service. 

Target Audience

ALL members of your C-Suite, not just CEOs and Executive Directors!


The industrial age is over and it’s time to exchange the previous era’s principles for today’s intergenerational talent-building principles if we are to build an engaged, higher-performing, and more supportive team environment. Learning how to embrace intergenerational differences is the key to forming a stronger diverse workplace that trusts and respects each other. This leads to the collaborative environment workplaces need in order to create a sense of belonging and deeper connection with your employees. Over the next 4 months, the leaders and managers of IACP’s member organizations will: 

  • Gain a better understanding of what is causing employee turnover and how to resolve it. 
  • Learn tips and tactics to help them change their process of talent management. 
  • Learn, understand, and apply monthly tactics to evolve in a way that engages and leverages today's multi-generational workforce.
  • Learn how to inspire and motivate your intergenerational team and thrive in an era of disruption.


Click on the dates below to learn more and register today!

  1. Thursday, September 22, 2022, from 1:00 - 2:00 pm
  2. Thursday, October 20, 2022, from 1:00 - 2:00 pm
  3. Thursday, November 10, 2022, from 1:00 - 2:00 pm
  4. Thursday, December 8, 2022, from 1:00 - 2:00 pm

About the Featured Presenter

Sarah's Story, "When I was 4, my brother left for college. He’s a Boomer. I’m a Gen Xer. Our relationship was my first introduction to generational differences. As I moved into young adulthood, I took on leadership roles and was often the youngest person in the room. I struggled to be taken seriously, and began to wonder: do the voices of young people matter? At the time, young people were being dismissed as “slackers”. I decided to do something about it.

  • I believed young people had value to offer.
  • I believed multi-generational teams had the capacity to perform better — if only leaders knew how to manage their teams in a rapidly-changing work environment.

In 2002, I started XYZ University to help organizations understand and engage the current workforce majority — Generations X, Y, and Z — and build successful multi-generational teams. For 20 years, this has been our company’s sole mission and vision. The future of work is collaborative and inclusive. It’s innovative and inspiring, and the most successful organizations will put people first and stay future-focused."