Executive Luncheon | The Age of Multi-Generational Workforce
JUNE 20, 2019| 11:00 AM (Special Start Time)
Managing multi-generational teams is easier said than done. Today’s teams are often plagued by issues regarding everything from work ethic and retention to succession and fairness.
Today, each generation is taking on new roles in the workplace. Millennials are no longer entry-level employees they are managers who may oversee older, more seasoned employees. Gen Xers have stepped up to the C Suite, reinventing and redefining what it means to be a leader. Boomers are transitioning and taking their careers in new directions and Gen Zers are now on the scene.
Join us on Thursday, June 20th, as the IBC hosts its Quarterly Executive Luncheon that focuses on management of the multi-generational workforce.
The IBC Board of Directors welcomes keynote speaker, Kim Lear, founder of Insight Inlay and expert in human behavior, who will give you a closer look into who these generations are and the trends emerging as they adapt to each new career stage. Her research, insights and original concepts will help you better understand each generation.
You’ll leave with a new appreciation for their unique perspective as they navigate the challenges of building effective teams in this brave new multi-generational workforce.
1. Identify and understand who the generations are in today’s workforce.
2. Identify the negative stereotypes that hold your team back and provide takeaways to lead a multi-generational team to build the next generation of leaders.
3. Solutions for mentorship, motivation & engagement of all generations.
4. Transform workforce & marketplace obstacles into opportunities.
Ronald James Brown is a former American football wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams and winner of the gold medal in the 4 x 100 meters relay at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
As a former world- class athlete, Ron know what type of dedication and determination it takes to succeed at the highest level. His commitment to excellence and work in championing social causes are especially appropriate to addressing issues of social inequity.
Now retired from professional sports, Ron lives in Walnut, California where he is Business Affairs Director for the NFL "Goals for Life" mentoring at-risk children.
Join us for this informative luncheon and register today.
$40 "Early RSVP” (Before 06/13)
$50 After RSVP Deadline
Pacific Palms Resort
One Industry Hills Parkway
City of Industry, CA
Speaker Profile: KIM LEAR
Kim Lear is a writer and researcher who explores how emerging trends impact the future of our workforce and marketplace. As the founder and content director of Inlay Insights, Kim is at the forefront of cutting edge research to uncover cultural shifts that revolutionize how organizations engage employees and consumers. She is known for her ability to use a mix of data, storytelling, humor, and actionable takeaways to discuss the trends that most impact the bottom line of organizations. Previously, Kim was the content director at a research firm dedicated to generational and Millennials trends. Her undergrad research is around Baby Boomers and longevity. Her post-grad work is around Millennials and social media networks.
Kim has keynoted for some of the most renowned companies in the world. She has received rave reviews from clients such as American Express, Cisco Systems, Deloitte, Disney, General Mills, Linked In, Mastercard, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Wells Fargo, and more. In addition to speaking, Kim has written whitepapers on the topics of generational wealth transfer in the finance sector, retirement trends in the hospitality industry, and the impacts of mindfulness practices on healthcare costs. Within the finance industry, Kim has worked with clients such as: Raymond James, Merrill Lynch/Bank of America, Pershing, AIG, Cetera, Charles Schwab, Wells Fargo, Financial Planning Association, Penn Mutual, American Association of Life Insurers, Liberty Mutual, Guardian Life Insurance, Nationwide, Mass Mutual, R.W. Baird, The Money Management Institute, and more.
A researcher to the very core, Kim employs eye-opening statistics to accentuate her points and mixes them with stories and case studies to make her message come alive. She is a sought-after expert and has been featured on NPR as well as national publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, USA Today, TIME Magazine and more. She is currently the head of research on a new book published by Harper Collins about Gen Z, the teenage demographic.
Kim lives and works in Minneapolis where she is currently running a research initiative to identify how the Sharing Economy impacts our perspectives on community and consumption. She is an advisor to The Tuesday Company, a political tech startup focused on the Millennial and Gen Z vote and she is a volunteer for The 78 Cents Project where she helps young women develop strong presentation skills.
When not delving into the minutia of human behavior, you can find Kim paddle boarding, planning an overseas adventure or reading Game of Thrones fan theories on Reddit. Kim lives in Minneapolis with her husband and daughter.