AGPAL & QIP
1/20 Railway Terrace,
Milton QLD 4064
Call: 1300 362 111
For the first time in history, four generations are working together under one corporate roof. What if businesses can learn to harness the power of the next generation and use it to their advantage? Through exploring the qualities and traits that differentiate Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y (Millennials) and Gen Z, as well as the way in which technology has impacted the way we all communicate and relate, Jordana will provide attendees with action steps to help understand, inspire, motivate and engage Millennial employees so that different generations can ‘speak the same language’ and work together to achieve the same business goals.
Jordana Borensztajn is a social media strategist, presentation skills coach, author and humourist who inspires, educates and entertains audiences with action-packed and high-energy keynote presentations and workshops.
Jordana’s experience includes being a News Corp Australia journalist, working as online music editor, content producer and social media manager at Nova Entertainment, writing a business-marketing book called Capture My Attention: How to Stand Out Online with Creative Content, performing two sold-out shows in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, speaking at corporate conferences around the world, and running a schools program that explores online safety for students.
Jordana’s areas of specialty include educating organisations on leading, inspiring and engaging millennial staff in order to harness their unique strengths and passions in the workplace, helping audiences develop effective, engaging and powerful presentation skills in order to build their confidence and enhance their message, and teaching businesses of all sizes how to capture attention and distinguish their brand online with creative social media marketing strategies.
Jordana has been featured on Channel 10’s The Living Room, Nova 100, ABC Radio National, WIN News, Channel 31, and across the Herald Sun, mX, the Sunday Herald Sun, The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.