What types of opportunities does having five generations in today’s workforce present? How can organizations optimize those opportunities through the lens of Conscious Capitalism?
One of the greatest sources of potential is in the intergenerational make up of your workforce. Harnessing that potential is one of the greatest challenges. It’s a tall order to dispel generational stereotypes and address the needs and preferences of many different groups of employees at once. What happens when a leader sets aside their assumptions, fosters a culture of mutual respect and productive collaboration, and takes not a generational approach, but rather a human approach to consciously leading their employees?
“Leaders need to look at the multigenerational workforce as a benefit rather than a challenge. From a tactical standpoint, once you have the mindset that it’s a benefit, you pave the way for a healthy discourse, for a diversity in opinions, and for a richness in dialogue.” -Aaron Raby
We invite you to join fellow Conscious Capitalists, a panel of local intergenerational leaders, and featured guest DeLinda Forsythe, Conscious Capitalism ambassador and best-selling author of “Inspiring Generational Leadership: Your Guide to Design a Conscious Culture,” to discover how an effective intergenerational workforce supported by a conscious culture of cross collaboration and mutual mentoring offers unprecedented opportunities to:
– attract and retain the best talent – overcome inaccurate generational perceptions – integrate your company’s purpose and stakeholders into your operating system – create sustainable change and value for all stakeholder – reveal the financial, societal, and emotional benefits of leading and building a conscious business enterprise
while creating a profitable business with a succession plan that defines legacy and embraces the future vision of capitalism.
Location of In-person Event: Saginaw Valley State University 7400 Bay Rd University Center, MI 48710 Banquet Rooms A-C, Curtiss Hall
(Thursday) 7:30 am - 10:00 am(GMT-04:00)View in my time