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Inclusion and the New Workplace: A Conversation with Author Jennifer Brown

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Jennifer Brown is an award-winning entrepreneur, dynamic speaker, author and diversity and inclusion expert. Informed by more than a decade consulting to Fortune 500 companies, she creates a compelling case for leadership to embrace the opportunity that diversity represents along with empowering advocates at all levels to find their voice, and be a driving force in creating more enlightened organizations. . What is the cost of not focusing on this topic?

How to Develop Leadership Competencies that Work

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The scarcest resource in the world today is leadership— leadership capable of continuously transforming organizations to win in tomorrow’s fast-changing and increasingly more competitive world,” A.G. We all know that future business leaders don’t emerge by chance. Mentoring.

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How to Develop Leadership Competencies in Your Millennials

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In 2016, Millennials surpassed the previous generation (Generation X) to become the largest generation in the U.S. What leadership competencies do Millennial managers need to develop to effectively lead our next-generation workforces? Who Are the Millennials?

How to Unlock the Expertise Economy with Upskilling

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Sixty-four percent of CEOs feel they must upskill or reskill 25 percent of their workforce over the next five years for their companies to stay relevant. McKinsey & Company, Skill Shift: Automation and the Future of the Workforce , May 2018. Former LinkedIn Chief Learning Officer, Kelly Palmer, and David Blake, co-founder of Degreed, think they know why. In the “expertise economy,” how are companies getting the skills they need? The U.S.,

Why Are Companies Turning to Older Workers? Should You?

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Not so long ago, most people worked until the age of 62 or 65 before retiring to fill their days with family, travel and recreation. However, while no one was looking, the rules of retirement changed! At the same time, employers are starting to shift their views. Some are actively working to keep their most experienced employees in the workplace or they’re recruiting older workers to fill skills gaps. What’s driving the change?