Women Lead Webinar Series The way we work has changed dramatically over the past 10 years but the rate of change will only accelerate. Gen Y is also becoming a more
Women Lead Webinar Series
The way we work has changed dramatically over the past 10 years but the rate of change will only accelerate. Gen Y is also becoming a more important component of the actual workforce and this creates both an opportunity for skills enhancement while also requiring that we reconsider how we manage and lead our teams.
In this insightful presentation, Margaret Regan, President and CEO of The FutureWork Institute, will share the facts and her predictions for the workforce. Specifically she will discuss:
- How technology will continue to shape how, where, when, and what we do at work
- Strategies for understanding and working with Gen Y and other segments of our increasingly diverse workforce
- Future trends that will create opportunities and challenges for recruiting talent and supporting clients
Take advantage of this opportunity to hear from one of the leading thinkers in workforce issues and workplace inclusion. This webinar is designed for everyone who leads teams or works in a team-based environment.
This webinar is presented by:
President and CEO
The FutureWork Institute
Margaret Regan is the President and CEO of The FutureWork Institute, a global consulting firm that translates future trends to transform organizations. Operating on four continents, North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America, The FutureWork Institute is an incubator of innovation and change in addressing current and future workplace issues: Diversity and Inclusion, work/life, the future of organizations and their employees. Its focus is on helping clients achieve a MindShift, a HeartShift and a SkillShift in creating a more inclusive and flexible work environment.
Margaret was formerly a Partner and the Global Diversity Practice Leader for Towers Perrin, where she founded the diversity and work/life practices and led those practices, as well as the Global Reinventing HR Practice and the Global Human Capital Management Practice. In her earlier career, she was the first woman executive at two organizations: The New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Con Edison in New York City. Margaret received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brooklyn College, CUNY and completed her doctoral work at Fordham University.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm