Editorial Board Guest Author
Founder, Crescendo Strategies
Workforce thought leader Cara
Silletto, MBA, works with organizations of all sizes to reduce unnecessary
employee turnover by bridging generational gaps and making managers more
effective in their roles. As a Millennial herself, she knows first-hand what it
is like to have a heightened sense of entitlement, very little employee loyalty
and a dependency upon her smart phone. However, unlike many Millennials, Ms.
Silletto has figured out exactly how these attributes were cultivated during
her formative years, and she now shares that story with leaders across the
country, including teams at Toyota, UPS, Cintas and Humana.
Ms. Silletto learned early in her career, from her Baby Boomer and GenX mentors, what “professionalism” meant to them, and absorbed critical information about management expectations during her first decade in the business world. She then went on to earn her Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the top-ranked University of Louisville Entrepreneurship program, lived overseas teaching German executives about business practices in the U.S., and then started her consulting firm, Crescendo Strategies, in 2012.
Today, at age 36, she’s a highly-sought-after national speaker conducting 50 to 100 engagements annually. Her retention advice has been published in Forbes, Huffington Post, The Boston Globe, and more, and more than 20,000 leaders have heard her speak on workforce issues. Workforce Magazine in Chicago named Ms. Silletto a “Game Changer” for her innovative approach to solving generational issues in the workplace and Recruiter.com listed her in their “Top 10 Company Culture Experts to Watch,” list. She is also the author of the 2018 book, Staying Power: Why Your Employees Leave & How to Keep Them Longer.
Ms. Silletto can be contacted at 812-207-0739 or email@example.com