Sponsored by the Workforce Board, Liz will provide a keynote address designed to identify, inspire and outline actionable steps that professionals, organizations, and teams should engage to evolve business policies and processes that leverage the co-generational opportunities in the workplace to help solve for the current, and future, labor challenges. The workshop outlines real-life scenarios and actionable solutions.
A 60-minute workshop designed to identify, inspire and outline actionable steps that individuals and businesses can do to leverage the co-generational opportunities in our workplaces. The workshop outlines real-life scenarios and solutions. Participants will have the opportunity to brainstorm topics and solutions relevant to them and then discuss as a broader group.
Senator Leahy has proudly hosted the Women’s Economic Opportunity Conference (WEOC) for more than 20 years. Each year this highly anticipated event brings together hundreds of Vermont women for a full day of workshops and presentations on how to navigate workplaces, grow businesses and succeed in a modern economy.
Dots, Inc. is proud to be a featured speaker at this year's conference presenting, "Leveraging a Co-Generational Workplace for a Stronger Business."
Vermont Department of Health Workplace Wellness Conference - Improving Productivity, Profits and Opportunity Through an Innovative Co-Generational Workplace
A 60-minute workshop designed to identify, inspire and outline actionable steps that individuals, businesses, and communities can do to begin to create new business models and processes that leverage the co-generational opportunities in our workplaces. The workshop outlines real-life scenarios and solutions. Participants will have the opportunity to brainstorm topics and solutions relevant to them and then discuss as a broader group.
VT Human Resource Association Presentation | Rethinking Succession Planning, Productivity, and Profit Opportunity Through An Innovative Co-Generational Workplace
With 30% of key industry workforces in queue to retire in the next three years, and economists quoting that millenials now stay in jobs only 12 months after it took 9 months to find them, and the 18 months it should have taken to train them, succession planning isn’t what it used to be.
Liz will present a workshop for the VT Human Resource Association explores how to evolve traditional workforce evaluation and planning into a strategic alignment with your corporate mission, products and services to compete in today’s marketplace.
UVM Medical Center presents, "Retiring Your Way', as part of their financial lecture series. Liz will give two talks about that while many people are familiar with financial planning to prepare for retirement, few people have thought through the emotional and psychological transition in moving from full-time work to unstructured time.
This presentation will cover:
- What is retirement transition and why does it matter
- Identifying key lifestyle components to retirement
- Outline the continuum of retirement and how to best leverage it
- What you need to know about advanced directives and other key documentation
- What happens when people make the transition? What can you expect?
- How to make a plan
Pre-registration is required by calling 802-847-7222 or register at www.UVMHealth.org/MedCenterHealthsource
Session will be held at UVM Medical Center, Main Campus, The Davis Auditorium
Liz is co-presenter for a Collective Action workshop at Encore Boston Network's day-long gathering of 150 New England leaders and advocates who are creating new ways to change what it means to grow older, to engage older adults to strengthen communities, and to make the most of an emerging “encore” stage of life.
Liz leads The Tuesday Group, a state-wide, cross-sector, coalition of organizations. The mission of The Tuesday Group is to foster economic development through innovative, co-generational, workplaces. The group is focusing on ways to educate, engage, and consult with businesses to think differently about the organizational structure of teams and the way the co-gen teams can make the workplace more effective. Effectiveness can be rethinking the pace of attrition, recruitment and retention to help solve for the labor shortage, work distribution, risk analysis and re-thinking how talent is leveraged, and the economic impact to retaining experienced workers longer. Research shows co-generational workplaces can increase productivity up to 30% and profits up to 20%. The Tuesday Group is independent and has representation from the education, government, non-profit, for-profit and foundation verticals.