Living, Learning and Earning Longer Webinar Series

Building Multigenerational Teams Across the Workplace

In this webinar, Martha Deevy, Associate Director and Senior Research Scholar from the Stanford Center on Longevity and Haig Nalbantian, Senior Partner, Workforce Sciences Institute at Mercer will share research data and discuss the importance of “Building Multigenerational Teams Across the Workplace.

Creating an Age-Inclusive Workplace Culture

In this webinar, you will hear from Future-of-Work Strategist Heather McGowan and Jisella Dolan, from Home Instead Senior Care, who are thinking deeply about the benefits of implementing an age-inclusive workplace culture.

Early Lessons & Promising Workforce Practices from COVID-19

During this webinar, Phillip Taylor, professor of management at Federation University Melbourne and an associate at Partners in Change, and Vievette Henry, global head of organizational effectiveness & inclusion at AIG, discuss the business sector’s early lessons & promising workforce practices from COVID-19.

Including Age in Diversity & Inclusion Strategies

Presenters Michael North, assistant professor of Management and Organizations at The Stern School of Business, New York University and Mike Mansfield, program director at the Aegon Center for Longevity and Retirement discuss research findings behind implementing age-inclusive workforce strategies.

Investing in Your #1 Resource: Your Workers

In this webinar, our featured presenters are Dr. Vivian Lou, the director of Sau Po Centre on Ageing at The University of Hong Kong and Edward Moncreiffe, who is the CEO at HSBC Life (International) Limited. They discuss how Sau Po Centre on Ageing and HSBC Life have partnered to identify a local labor force concern and generate relevant workplace accommodations that better support workers.

Reskilling and Upskilling Workers

Presenters Anna Dixon, chief executive at the Centre for Ageing Better, and Lara Hallett, people consultant at Investec, talk about their organizations’ approaches to supporting learning and professional development of workers.

The Benefits of an Age-Inclusive Workforce to Your Bottom Line

Featured presenters Laura Tamblyn Watts, president and chief executive officer of CanAge, Canada’s national seniors’ advocacy organization, and Susan Johnson, chief diversity & inclusion officer at The Hartford, talk about their respective organizations’ work in building more age-inclusive systems that result in growth and economic security.

Why a Multigenerational Workforce is Becoming a Business Priority

In the first webinar of the Living, Learning and Earning Longer Collaborative series, OECD Labor Economist Shruti Singh and Bank of America executive Aubrey Long discuss the research on changing global demographic trends and why a multigenerational workforce is good for business.

Contact for more information
Jeffrey Gullo, AARP