Johnita Jones

What’s Next? Strategies for Maximizing the Second Half of Life

As Americans live longer and healthier lives, the desire to work longer and foster better relationships — for the income, the mental engagement or the chance to give back — has grown. New York Times columnist and job/retirement expert Kerry Hannon will share her insights into some of the tough questions and choices that come with age. Using inspiring real-life profiles, she will not only offer practical advice for starting your next act, but will help you explore: Read More


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. Read More


Inspired By: Johnita Jones

Johnita Jones“The first thing women need to do is really understand their strengths and weaknesses.”

Understanding how to learn, grow and strengthen your weaknesses is just as important as building on your strengths, says Johnita Jones, Pipeline Risk and Integrity Manager, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company, and Texas Conference for Women board member. We asked her a few questions about her career and advice for other women. Read More