Dr. Mary Donohue

Generational Workforce Expert, Using Technology to Create Wellness

Dr. Mary Donohue

Generational Workforce Expert, Using Technology to Create Wellness


Mary Donohue

Dr. Donohue is North America’s leading social scientist focusing on building employee loyalty, value, and engagement with her Generational Problem Solving Systems™.

Dr. Donohue designs communication training that provides people with a roadmap to achieve a better work/life balance. She is a world-renowned speaker and TEDx presenter, television personality and columnist. She regularly speaks around North America in corporate and public settings. Her corporate clients include Walmart, TD, BMO, American Airlines, Kaiser Permanente, OLD, to name a few. She is the founder of Donohue Learning, Fortune 500’s choice for high-impact generational learning that drives productivity and inclusive behavior. In 2015, she was named as one of the 18 Outstanding Women in Tech and Diversity MBA’s top 50 under 50. Her work appears in the Huffington Post and Financial Post.

Keynote Topic:

What Makes People Great Communicators?

This keynote is designed to shift the way you communicate to get tremendous results, including: more money, more time, and more productivity for you and the people around you. You will also learn a new way of problem solving and responding to communication in a way that makes sense to Baby Boomers, Millennials, Gen X, and Gen Z.

How to Lead When No One is Listening

Have you ever felt like you are speaking a different language when addressing someone who is of a different generation? There are now three (soon to be four) different generations in the workplace. Each generation brings to the workplace its own perspectives and assumptions. As a result, information is not processed homogenously and communication is incomplete. This causes increased stress, anxiety and fear amongst employees. This talk assists leaders in understanding how different generations process and present information, allowing them to meet the needs of different generations in the workplace.