133 – Managing Differing & Multi-Generational Work Styles

What are the best ways to manage different work and communication styles? What are some of the perks of a multi-generational workplace?

John Bly, founding member  of LBA Haynes Strand, speaks to Fred Coon, SC&C CEO, about how an Inc. 5000 business owner can drive growth within a widely diverse employee population while effectively managing the communication barriers that often arise among varying age groups in the workforce.

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About the Guest

133 - John Bly

John Bly is the Founding Member of LBA Haynes Strand, PLLC and LBA Haynes Strand Capital Advisors. His entrepreneurial leadership has propelled the CPA Firm’s growth. LBA Haynes Strand ranks as one of the Charlotte Business Journal’s Top 25 CPA Firms in the Charlotte Region and an Inc. 5000 Company. John steers the Firm’s consistent growth of personnel and expansion of client services. In 2004, the Firm offered bookkeeping and tax services. Since then, it has expanded to include services such as Assurance Services, Government Audit, Business Valuations, Merger and Acquisition consultation, Peer Review, Controller services, Tax Planning, Wealth Management, Accounting for Charter Schools and a variety of Entrepreneurial Growth services. With ten partners and almost eighty professionals, John continues to grow the Firm both organically and through acquisitions. John’s strategic plan led to a second and third office in Greensboro and Mount Airy to serve the rapidly growing Triad market. John is the author of “Cracking the Code: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Growing Your Business Through Mergers and Acquisitions for Pennies on the Dollar“.



Fred Coon, CEO

Stewart, Cooper & Coon offers Human Capital Strategy Serviceto both individuals and corporations. Our staff is dedicated to our clients’ success via innovative job search processes, employment management strategies, and state-of-the-art technologies. Contact Fred Coon – 866-883-4200, Ext. 200