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Robert W. Wendover

Director, The Center for Generational Studies

Robert W. Wendover, principal of Common Sense Enterprises, is an award-winning author of ten books who has been researching and writing about workforce trends for more than 30 years. Bob has created the comprehensive training curriculum, Generations: Understanding Age Diversity in Today’s Workplace and has written or contributed to more than 300 articles for a wide variety of national publications.

His credits include CNN, CNBC, The Huffington Post, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Detroit Free Press, The Florida Sentinel, The Denver Post, The Providence Journal, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Entrepreneur, Money and even Women’s Wear Daily. He has written monthly columns for retailers, Realtors and human resources professionals.

Along with ten years on the faculty if the University of Phoenix, Bob has served as a special advisor to the American Productivity and Quality Center along with a number of corporate and academic studies on workforce trends. Since 1988, he has conducted more than 1200 paid speaking engagements from the towers of Wall Street to the Outback of Alaska. He holds degrees in industrial arts, psychology and education. He has earned the designation of Certified Speaking Professional from the National Speakers Association.

Over the years, our clients have included Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, IBM, KPMG, Discover Card Services, Shell Oil, International Dairy Queen, Kaiser Permanente, CITGO, Chevron USA, the Food Marketing Institute, Searle Pharmaceuticals, Super 8 Motels, Ace Hardware, Major League Baseball, the Professional Golfers Association and a host of other household names, associations, government agencies and educational institutions.


Employers! Does iGen Require Parenting?

Good News! People Can’t Walk and Lie During Interviews

Generation Z – What a Crock!

Teach Millennials Work Smarts Using These 5 Keys

Will Text for Food

Decidiphobia: Getting Today’s Digital Natives to Think for Themselves

Passing Along Wisdom When the Younger Set Isn’t Interested

Clips, Texts and Tweets: Training Today’s Millennials

Succession Planning and the Emerging Generations:
Five Trends You Need to Know
What to Do with the Digitally Absorbed Communicator
Is Work Ethic Really the Issue?
Getting Millennials to Engage
Critical Thinking and Emerging Leaders
Problem Solving Approaches: It Can Depend on the Generation
Will the Last Boomer to Leave, Please Turn Out the Lights?


Common Sense Enterprises
7595 South Elkhorn Mountain
Littleton, CO 80127

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