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The Changing of the Guard: Generational Shifts in Leadership and Workforce

  • The Criterion 500 East Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK, 73104 United States (map)

The time is now for succession planning and knowledge transfer. Are you prepared for the generational shifts that are occurring as Boomers retire, Gen X takes the leadership reins, Millennials saturate the workforce, and Gen Edge jumps on board? Your organization must plan for what is coming!

Welcome to The Changing of the Guard: Generational Shifts in Leadership and Workforce! In this program by CEO and Generational Diversity Expert Bill Fournet, learn what you need to know now for succession planning. Learn best practices in leadership team succession planning and how to minimize disruption during the generational shift.

Bill will share some of the challenges and ways to overcome them from three perspectives:                 

  • Transitioning the Executive Level from the Retiring Boomers to the Gen X Leaders
  • Turning Workforce Challenges into Opportunities:  Leveraging Millennials and Gen Z for the future—Getting them where you want need them to be!
  • Increasing your Capabilities:  Best Practices in Transferring Knowledge and Experience into your Younger Workforce
Bill Fournet

About our Speaker:

Bill Fournet, CEO and Generational Diversity Expert

Bill Fournet is President and CEO of The Persimmon Group, the award-winning management consulting firm he founded in 2004. Bill loves to solve complex problems for organizations of all sizes, and remains hands-on at Persimmon, consulting clients of all sizes and in many verticals. A sought-after speaker on Generational Diversity, Leadership and Project Management, Bill believes “we are in the midst of a great transformation.” From technology to generational issues, Bill analyzes workforce trends to help you understand the future of work and how to stay ahead in times of uncertainty.

 
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