The Future of Work: Building Capacities for Tomorrow's Intergenerational Leaders

Tuesday, November 30, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (ET)
LUT LUT 200 Instruction and Events
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Cantor, Franklyn N
Executive Affairs

"The Future of Work: Building Capacities for Tomorrow's Intergenerational Leaders" 

part of the Interim Chief Diversity Officer's Thinking Together programming series

Tuesday, November 30 at 4:00 p.m.

Our speaker will be joining us by Zoom, and participants are welcome to gather in Lutnick Library, room #200 (with refreshments!), or to join by Zoom (Zoom link, Meeting ID: 948 0467 9170, Passcode: 457990)

Changing demographics and labor trends worldwide have led to an environment in which five generations coexist in the workplace for the first time in history. Today, the silent generation, baby boomers, generation X, millennials, and generation Z are working side by side. With more generational range in the workforce than ever, working styles, values, and norms are changing. Join Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., the president & CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), for a conversation about understanding this multigenerational workforce, and unpacking how to wisely navigate and inclusively lead in this forward-looking context. Johnny has held legal, human resources, and executive leadership roles in both for-profit and not-for-profit industries, and previously led the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, which represents the US's 47 publicly supported historically Black colleges and universities 

This event is organized in collaboration with the Office of Human Resources as a part of the Interim Chief Diversity Officer's Thinking Together series. There will be a follow-up lunch the next day (Wednesday, December 1) in the Faculty Dining Room of the Dining Center, from 12-1pm, for those interested in sharing reactions and perspectives on Haverford's multigenerational community. Contact Norm Jones ( for more information. 

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