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Leadership in a Multigenerational Workplace: How to Leverage Your Employees for Maximum Impact

For the first time in history, four generations are sharing the workplace — and sometimes it feels like they are living in four different worlds. Being able to successfully lead the traditional traditionalists, the still-booming boomers, the extra-independent Gen-X-ers and the tech-or-die Gen-Ys is complicated, but it is critical to the success of your team and your organization. This interactive discussion will bring together a diverse mix of leaders and professionals to share best practices and lessons learned around leading a multigenerational workplace.

Research and real-life experiences will offer attendees practical advice to:

• Lead more effectively and increase productivity;
• Improve communication and cross-generational relationships for yourself and your team;
• Provide more effective mentoring to better develop the next generation of leaders; and
• Leverage your team’s strengths to develop a succession plan

Thought Leader: Ritu Sharma, co-founder and president, Women Thrive Worldwide, and author, Teach a Woman to Fish 

Panel of Experts:
1. Jane Hyun, leadership strategist and author, Flex: The New Playbook for Managing Across Differences
2. Mandy Ginsberg, CEO, The Princeton Review and
3. Gayle Morris, VP, Americas services, Cisco

Host: Johnita Jones, pipeline risk and integrity manager, Exxon Mobil