Webinar features accomplished panel of experts providing insights on understanding the multi-generational workplace experience
University of Phoenix is holding the newest webinar in its Educational Equity Webinar Series, titled “Voices & Perspectives of a Multigenerational Workforce” on August 18 at 11:00am PDT. The second webinar in a series focused on multigenerational workforce, this event expands the initial discussion about working together to bridge generational differences in the workplace, to share insights on their own experiences from leaders across industries and career trajectories.
The webinar will be moderated by Mallary Tytel, Ph.D., MBA, president and founder of Healthy Workplaces, a national consulting practice, and a skilled architect in start-up, turn-around, and acquisition situations, with expertise in human systems dynamics, complexity science, culture change, strategy and leadership development. Tytel has a unique background blend of business, government, education, and community-based practice spanning more than 20 years. Most recently her work is devoted to leveling the playing field: supporting women leaders at all professional levels and building diverse, inclusive, and equitable communities.
The event is part of a public series intended for educators, DEI practitioners, higher education leaders and administrators, employers, nonprofit organizations, government affiliates, and University of Phoenix faculty, staff, students, and alumni across the globe.
“I grew up with Obama as President and seeing injustices being publicized so frequently impacted the way I see the world and how I view the organizations that I want to work for,” states Caleb Robinson, public affairs intern at SKDK, and one of the event’s panelists. “I remember sitting at the dinner table and hearing my parents talk about what they were experiencing in the workplace. It was not ok then; it is not ok now, and I had to ask myself: how do I make changes to this in the future?”
The webinar features a panel of leaders including Zachary E. Shirley, Ed.D., Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leader for Cambium Assessment, Inc. (CAI); John Ramirez, MBA, Dean of Operations for the College of Doctoral Studies at University of Phoenix; Erica Scott, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Director of People and Culture at MAPS' Public Benefit Corporation; and Robinson, public affairs intern at SKDK and recent Legal Communications and Political Science graduate of Howard University.
The discussion will be hosted by Tondra Richardson, MBA, director of Student Diversity & Inclusion, and Saray Lopez, MBA, director, Student Diversity & Inclusion, both with the Office of Educational Equity at University of Phoenix.
Register for the webinar here.
Previous webinars can be accessed here.
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